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Maryland 

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1994 

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Maryland 
Vital Statistics 

Annual Report 
1994 



Division of Health Statistics 



Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 




UNIVERSITY OF MARYL^NO 



MAY 10 1996 

MARYLAN.JA DEPT, 

STATE DOCo'MENTS 

(SPDDP) 



MARYLAND 



Regions and Political Subdivisions 




Eiii Northwest Area 
r~1 Baltimore Metro Area 
B National Capital Area 
B Southern Area 
Eastern Shore Area 



Parris N. Glendening Martin P. Wasserman, M.D., J.D. 

Governor Secretary 

State of Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 



MARYLAND VITAL STATISTICS 

ANNUAL REPORT 

1994 



Division of Health Statistics 

General Services Administration 

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene 



Isabelle L. Horon, Dr.P.H., Chief 

Division of Health Statistics /[ ^ | 






Daniel A. Hughes, Director 
General Services Administration 



201 West Preston Street • Baltimore, Maryland 21201 






Staff of the Division of Health Statistics 



Chief 

Isabelle L. Horon, Dr.P.H. 

Research Statisticians 

Estelle Apelberg, M.A. 
Roy Tansill, M.A. 

Field Representatives 

Diana Barbour 

Kathy Bishop 

Georgie Price 

Marisa L. Wilson, R.N., M.H.Sc. 

Administrative Specialist 

Mariadoss Jayachandran 

Su pport Staff 

Angela Avent 
Violetta Nixon 
Clara Nonnan 
Mamita Simon 
Esther Thomas 
Deborah Williams 



State Registrar 

Julia Davidson-Randall, M.A. 



The services and facilities of the Maryland Stale Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) are operated on a non- 
discriminatory basis. This policy prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, or national origin and applies to 
the provisions of employment and granting of advantages, privileges and accommodations. 

The Department, in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, ensures that qualified individuals with disabilities 
are given an opportunity to participate in and benefit from DHMH services, programs, benefits and employment 
opportunities. ^ 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Definitions and Explanatory Notes ix 

Vital Statistics Highliglits 1994 3 

Charts 7 

Population 9 

Life Expectancy 10 

Birth Rates 11 

Births to Unmarried Women 12 

Prenatal Care 13 

Low Birth Weight 14 

Infant Mortahty 15 

Neonatal Mortality 16 

Postneonatal Mortality 17 

Cause of Death 18 

Mortality ; 19 

Diseases of the Heart 20 

Malignant Neoplasms 21 

Cerebrovascular Diseases 22 

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 23 

Accidents and Adverse Effects 24 

Diabetes Mellitus 25 

Human Immunodeficiency Vims 26 

Pneumonia and Influenza 27 

Homicide 28 

Suicide 29 

Septicemia 30 

Marriages 31 

Divorces 32 

Tables 34 

Population 

1. ' Estimated Maryland Population by Race, Region and Political Subdivision, July 1, 1994 With 

Comparable 1990 Census Figures 37 

2A. Estimated Maryland Total Population by Age Group, Region and Pohtical Subdivision, 

July 1,1994 38 

2B. Estimated Maryland White Population by Age Group, Region and Political Subdivision, 

July 1,1994 39 



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2C. Estimated Maryland Population for All Other Races by Age Group, Region and Political 

Subdivision, July 1, 1994 40 

3 A. Estimated Maryland Male Population by Age Group, Region and Political Subdivision, 

July 1,1994 41 

3B. Estimated Maryland Female Population by Age Group, Region and Political Subdivision, 

July 1,1994 42 

4. Estimated Maryland Population by Detailed Age Group, Sex and Race, July 1, 1994 43 

5 A. Estimated Maryland Population by Age Group, Region and Political Subdivision, July 1, 1994 

(Total Population) 44 

5B. Estimated Maryland Population by Age Group, Region and Political Subdivision, July 1, 1994 

(White Males) 45 

5C. Estimated Maryland Population by Age Group, Region and Pohtical Subdivision, July 1, 1994 

(Males af All Other Races) 46 

5D. Estimated Maryland Population by Age Group, Region and Political Subdivision, July 1, 1994 

(White Females) 47 

5E. Estimated Maryland Population by Age Group, Region and Political Subdivision, July 1, 1994 

(Females of All Other Races) 48 



Life Expectancy 

6. Abridged Life Table for the Total Population, Maryland, 1994 5 1 

7. Life Expectancy by Age, Race and Sex, Maryland, 1994 52 

Natality 

8. Births and Birth Rates by Race, Maryland, 1940-1994 55 

9. Births and Birth Rates by Race of Mother, Region and Political Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 56 

10. Selected Natality Characteristics by Maternal Race, Maryland, 1994 57 

1 1 A. Births Among Women of All Races by Age of Mother, Region and Political Subdivision, 

Maryland, 1994 58 

1 1 B. Births Among White Women by Age of Mother, Region and Pohtical Subdivision, 

Maryland, 1994 59 

1 1 C. Births Among Women of All Other Races by Age of Mother, Region and Political Subdivision, 

Maryland, 1994 60 

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1 1 D. General Fertility Rates and Birth Rates Among Women of All Races by Age of Mother, 

Race of Mother, Region and Political Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 61 

1 IE. General Fertility Rates and Birth Rates Among White Women by Age of Mother, Race of Mother, 

Region and Political Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 62 

1 IF. General FertiUty Rates and Birth Rates Among Women of All Other Races by Age of Mother, 

Race of Mother, Region and Pohtical Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 63 

12. Births by Age of Mother, Race of Mother and Birth Order, Maryland, 1994 64 

1 3 . Number and Percent Distribution of Births by Live Birth Order, Region and Pohtical 

Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 65 

14. Births by PluraUty, Race of Mother and Age of Mother, Maryland, 1994 66 

15. Births by Marital Status of Mother, Race of Mother, Region and Pohtical Subdivision, 

Maryland, 1994 67 

1 6. Number and Percentage of Births to Unmarried Women by Age and Race of Mother, Maryland, 

1994 ' 68 

17. Number and Percentage of Births to Unmarried Women by Birth Order and Race of Mother, 

Maryland, 1994 68 

18. Number of Live Births by Maternal Age, Race and Educational Attainment, Maiyland,1994 69 

19. Number and Percentage of Births to Women Receiving First Trimester Prenatal Care and Number 

and Percentage of Births to Women Receiving Late or No Prenatal Care by Race, Region and 
Pohtical Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 70 

20. Births by Birth Weight, Race of Mother and Onset of Prenatal Care, Maryland, 1994 71 

2 1 . Number and Percentage of Births of Low Birth Weight and Number and Percentage of Births 

of Very Low Birth Weight by Race of Mother, Region and Pohtical Subdivision, 

Maryland, 1994 72 

22. Single and Plural Births by Birth Weight and Race of Mother, Maryland, 1994 73 

23. Births by Month of Birth, Race of Mother and Sex, Maryland, 1994 73 

24. BirthsbyPlurahty, Race ofMother and Length of Pregnancy, Maryland, 1994 74 

25. Number and Percentage of Live Births Delivered by Cesarean Section by Region and 

Political Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 75 

26. Number of Live Births by Maternal Age, Race and Method of Dehveiy, Maryland, 1994 76 



27. Births by Place of Residence, Place of Occurrence, Race of Mother, Region and Political 

Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 77 

28. Births to Residents of Maryland and Births Occurring in Maryland by Area of Residence and Area 

of Occurrence, 1994. 78 



Fetal and Infant Mortality 

29. Infant Deaths and Infant Mortality Rates by Race, Maryland, 1940-1994 81 

30. Neonatal Deaths and Neonatal Mortality Rates by Race, Maryland, 1940-1994 81 

31. Postneonatal Deaths and Postneonatal Mortality Rates by Race, Maryland, 1940-1994 82 

32. Fetal Deaths and Fetal MortaUty Rates by Race, Maryland, 1940-1994 82 

33. Infant Deaths and Infant Mortality Rates by Race, Region and Political Subdivision, 

Maryland, 1994 83 

34. Neonatal Deaths, Neonatal Mortahty Rates and Perinatal Death Rates by Race, Region and 

PoUtical Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 84 

35. Fetal Deaths and Fetal Death Rates by Race, Region and Political Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 85 

Mortality 

36. Deaths and Death Rates by Race, Maryland, 1940-1994 89 

37. Death Rates Per 1 00,000 Population for All Causes of Death by Race, Sex and Age, 

Maryland, 1994 90 

38. Age-Adjusted Death Rate Per 1 00,000 Population for Selected Causes of Death by Race and Sex, 

Maryland, Selected Years, 1940-1994 91 

39. Deaths and Death Rates by Race, Region and PoUtical Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 95 

40. Deaths by Month of Death and Race, Maryland, 1994 96 

41. Deaths and Death Rates by Age, Sex and Race, Maryland, 1994 96 

42. Deaths and Death Rates for Fifteen Leading Causes by Sex and Race, Maryland, 1 994 97 

43A. The Eight Leading Causes of Death by Age, Maryland, 1994 98 

43B. The Eight Leading Causes of Death by Race and Age, Maryland, 1994 99 

43C. The Eight Leading Causes of Death by Sex and Age, Maryland, 1994 100 

43D. The Eight Leading Causes of Death Among Males by Race and Age, Maryland, 1994 101 

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43E. The Eight Leading Causes of Death Among Females by Race and Age, Maryland, 1994 102 

44. Leading Causes of Death Among Adolescents by Age, Race and Sex, Maryland, 1 994 1 03 

45 . Number of Violent Deaths Among Adolescent Ages 1 0- 1 9 by Cause of Eteath, Race, Region 

and Political Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 104 

46. Deaths From 73 Selected Causes by Age, Maryland, 1994 105 

47. Number of Deaths and Death Rates From Selected Subcategories of Mahgnant Neoplasms by 

Race and Sex, Maryland, 1994 110 

48. Deaths from Selected Causes by Region and PoUtical Subdivision, Maryland, 1994.... 1 1 1 

49. Death Rates for Selected Leading Causes by Region and Pohtical Subdivision, Maryland, 1994.... 1 16 

50. Three- Year Average Age Adjusted Death Rates for Selected Causes by Region and PoUtical 

Subdivision, Maryland, 1990-1994 117 

51. AccidentalDeathsbyTypeof Accident, Sex and Age, Maryland, 1994 118 

52. Deaths Occurring in Institutions by Race, Region and PoUtical Subdivision, Maryland, 1994 1 19 

53. Deaths by Place of Residence and Place of Occurrence by Race, Region and PoUtical Subdivision, 

Maryland, 1994 120 

54. Deaths to Residents of Maryland and Deaths Occurring in Maryland by Area of Residence and 

Area of Occurrence, 1994 121 

Marriaees 

55. Marriages by Resident Status and Type of Ceremony, Maryland, 1940-1994 125 

56. Marriages by Resident Status and Type of Ceremony by Region and PoUtical Subdivision of 

Occurrence, Maryland, 1994 126 

57. Marriages by Age and Previous Marital Status of Bride, Maryland, 1994 127 

58. Marriages by Age and Previous Marital Status of Groom, Maryland, 1994 127 

59. Marriages by Age of Bride and Age of Groom, 1994 128 

60. Marriages by Previous Marital Status and Residence of Bride, Maryland, 1994 130 

61. Marriages by Previous Marital Status and Residence of Groom, Maryland, 1994 130 

62. Marriages by Previous Marital Status of Bride and Groom and Type of Ceremony, 

Maryland, 1994 131 

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63. Marriages by Place ofResidence of Bride and Groom, Maryland, 1994 132 

Divorces 

64. Absolute Divorces and Annulments by Legal Grounds for Decree, Maryland, 1940-1994 135 

65. Absolute Divorces and Annulments by Legal Grounds for Decree, Region and Political Subdivision 

of Occurrence, Maryland, 1994 136 

66. Absolute Divorces and Annulments by Party to Whom Decree Was Granted, Selected Areas 

of Occurrence, Maryland, 1994 137 

67. Absolute Divorces and Annulments by Place Where Marriage Was Performed, Selected Areas 

of Occurrence, Maryland, 1994 137 

68. Absolute Divorces and Annulments by Age of Husband and Wife at Time of Decree, 

Maryland, 1994 138 

69. Absolute Divorces and Annuhnents by Number of Children Reported Under 1 8 Years of Age and 

Duration of Marriage, Maryland, 1994 139 

70. Absolute Divorces and Annuhnents by Number of Marriages of Husband and Number of 

Marriages of Wife, Maryland, 1994 139 

Comparative Vital Statistics 

71. Selected Natahty Data by Race for Maryland and the United States, 1984-1994 143 

72. Selected Mortahty Data by Race for Maryland and die United States, 1984-1994 145 



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DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANA TOR Y NOTES 

The birth and death data contained in this report are presented on a county of residence basis, 
regardless of where the vital event occurred, unless specifically noted otherwise. Information on 
marriages and divorces is limited only to events occurring in Maryland. 

PEFEVmONS 



A^e-adiustment . A methodology used to compare rates among populations with diflFering age 
distributions. The direct method of age-adjustment was used to calculate the rates in this report. In 
this way, the crude death rate for each age group is multiplied by the proportion of the standard 
population within that age group; the sum of the products is the age-adjusted rate. Age-adjusted 
rates in this report are standardized to the 1940 U.S. population and are expressed as rates per 
100,000 population. Age-adjusted rates should not be compared to crude rates or to adjusted rates 
calculated using a different standard population. 

Birth rate : Number of live births per 1,000 population. 

Death rate : Number of deaths fi-om all causes per 1,000 or per 100,000 population. Death rates for 
specific causes are per 100,000 population 

Fetal death* : Death before the complete expulsion or extraction fi-om its mother of a product of 
human conception, irrespective of the duration of pregnancy; the death is indicated by the fact that 
after such separation, the fetus does not breathe or show any evidence of life, such as beating of the 
heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord or definite movement of voluntary muscles. 

Fetal mortality rate : Number of reportable fetal deaths per 1,000 total births. Total births include 
live births plus fetal deaths of twenty or more weeks gestation. 

Infant death : Death occurting to a person under age one. 

Infant mortality rate : Number of infant deaths per 1,000 live births. 

Length of pregnancy : A measure of the duration of gestation in completed weeks, as calculated 
fi-om the first day of the last normal menstrual period to the date of birth. 

Live birth *: The complete expulsion extraction fi-om its mother of a product of human conception, 
irrespective of the period of gestation, which, after such separation, breathes or shows any other 
evidence of life, such as beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbiUcal cord or definite movement of 
voluntary muscle, whether or not the umbilical cord has been cut or the placenta is attached. 



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Life expectancy : The average number of years of life remaining for an individual of a particular age 
group. 

Low birth weieht : A live birth weighing under 2,500 grams (5 1/2 pounds). 

Maternal mortality rate : Number of maternal deaths per 100,000 live births. 

Mortality rate : See 'death rate.' 

Neonatal death : Death occurring to a person under 28 days of age. 

Neonatal mortality rate : Number of neonatal deaths per 1,000 live births. 

Perinatal death : Death occurring after twenty weeks of gestation but before 28 days after birth. The 
perinatal deaths included in this report are, therefore, the sum of the reportable fetal deaths (fetal 
deaths after 20 weeks gestation) and the neonatal deaths. 

Perinatal mortality rate: Number of perinatal deaths per 1,000 total births. Total births include live 
births plus fetal deaths of twenty weeks gestation or more. 



EXPLANATORY NOTES 

METHODOLOGY USED IN POPULATION ESTIMATES 

The subdivision estimates for July 1, 1994 in this report were prepared by the U.S. Bureau of the 
Census, Federal-State Cooperative Program for Population Estimates, using the Administrative 
Records method. This is a component method that uses Federal tax data to measure the net 
intercounty migration of the nongroup quarters population under 65 years old, reported resident birth 
and death statistics to estimate net natural change, and data on Medicare enrollees to estimate the 
population 65 years old and over. Tax data are used in the base year and the estimate year to 
determine the number of persons whose county of residence changed during the period. A net 
migration rate based on exemptions claimed by the matched cases is applied to the nongroup quarters 
population under 65 years old. These estimates of migration are then combined with the independent 
estimates of the population 65 years old and over, inmates of institutions, college students in 
dormitories, mihtary personnel living in barracks, and the other components of population change 
(births, deaths, immigration fi-om abroad, and net movement between the military and civilian 
population) to yield an overall estimate of the total population. 

The population 5-17 years of age is estimated based on migration rates calculated from school 
enrollment data (by age, race and grade) supplied by the Maryland State Department of Education 
and applied to the "expected" population 5-17 years of age on July 1 of the estimate year. The 



"expected" population consists of 1990 census survivors from the date of the census to the estimate 
date. Race breakdowns are based on changes in public school enrollment of all other races as a 
proportion of all enrolhnent since the 1990 census. 

The population under five years of age is estimated by race on the basis of adjusted net migration 
rates for the school age population applied to the "expected" population under five years of age on 
July 1, 1994. 

The "expected" population consists of 1990 census survivors and survivors of buths occurring 
between the date of the census and the estimate date (including corrections for "migration exposure"). 

The population 65 years of age and over is estimated based on data on Medicare enrolhnents by race 
and sex supplied by the Social Security Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human 
Services. The changes in the Medicare enrollments for each age-race-sex group for the estimate year 
are appUed to the population estimates of the previous year. 

Estimates of the population 18-64 years of age in detailed age groups by race and sex are obtained 
from driver license statistics. Age and race-specific driver license statistics for males obtained from 
the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration are used to estimate the male population aged 18 to 64 
years in several stages: 18 to 19, 20 to 24, etc. Sex ratios, based on the 1990 census, are used to 
estimate the female population. These estimates of the 18-64 population are then adjusted so that 
the sum of all age groups in each subdivision equals the population estimate for the subdivision. 
Various adjustments for changes among "special" groups of person, i.e., those in institutions, in the 
armed forces, or spouses of members of the armed forces are utilized in estimating the various age 
groups before adjustments are made to the final subdivision estimate. 

CAUSE OF DEATH 

The ninth revision of the International Classification of Diseases was first used in 1979 for coding the 
Underlying Cause of Death. The eighth revision had been in use from 1969 to 1978. Because of 
coding changes in certain categories of causes of death, comparison between the 1991 data and data 
earlier than 1979 should only be made with reference to coding changes. The National Center for 
Health Statistics has published comparability ratios for mortality data. This publication is entitled 
" Estimates of Selected Comparability Ratios Based on Dual Coding of 1976 Death Certificates by 
the Eighth and Ninth Revisions of the International Classification of Diseases" Monthly Vital 
Statistics Report, DHEW PubUcation No. (PHS)80-1 120, Vol. 28, No. 1 1, February 1980. 



*The definitions of live birth and fetal death are set by law in Section 14 (a) of Article 43 of the 
Maryland Code, 1957 Edition - Supplement. However, fetal deaths are reportable for filing purposes 
only if the death occurs after a period of gestation of twenty or more completed weeks (Section 21 
(a) or Article 43 supra). Therefore, the fetal deaths included in this report cover only those of twenty 
or more weeks of gestation. 



VITAL 

STATISTICS 
HIGHLIGHTS 



Highlights of 1994 



Population 

• The estimated population of Maryland in 1994 
was 5,006,270, an increase of 1.0% from the 
year before. The number of white residents 
increased by 0.5%, while the number of residents 
of other races increased by 2.2%. 

Life expectancy 

• The life expectancy for an infant bom in 1994 
was 75.3 years. For whites this figure was 77. 1 
years and for all other races, 70.9 years. 

Births 

• There were 73,937 births in 1 994, 1 % fewer than 
in 1993. The number of births fell by 3% among 
whites and rose by 2% among women of other 
races. 

• The birth rate fell by 2% between 1993 and 
1994 to a rate of 14.8 per 1,000 population. The 
rate declined by 4% among whites and remained 
stable among other races. Both the number of 
births and birth rates have been declining in 
Maryland since 1990. 

• Ten percent of all births were to teen mothers 

and 4% were to mothers under the age of 18. 
Eight percent of births among women of other 
races were to adolescents below the age of 18. 

• Twelve percent of births were to women who had 
completed fewer than 12 years of education. 

• Fourth and higher order births accounted for 
9% of aU births. 



• Thirty-four percent of all births were to 
unmarried women. For whites this figure was 
19% and for women of other races, 57%. The 
percentage of births to unmamed women has 
increased by 16% in the past decade. 

• Eighty-seven percent of all women began 
prenatal care during the first trimester of 
pregnancy. Three percent of births in 1994 were 
to women who received late (third trimester) or 
no prenatal care. Among white women this figure 
was 2%, while among women of other races tlie 
figure was 6%. The percentage of women 
beginning prenatal care in the first trimester 
increased by 8% in the last ten years. 

• The incidence of low birth weight was 8% in 
1994. This figure includes 6% of white infants 
and 12% of infants of other races. The incidence 
of very low birth weight was 2% overall, 1% for 
whites and 3% for other races. The percentage of 
low birth weight and very low birth weight 
infants has been increasing over the past decade. 

• Nearly 10% of infants with knovm gestational 
age were dehvered prior to the completion of 37 
weeks of gestation. This figure was 8% for 
whites and 13% for other races. 

• In 1994 nearly 3% of all births were twin or 
higher order births. The percentage of multiple 
births has increased by 26% in the past 10 years. 

• Twenty-three percent of infants were dehvered 
by cesarean section daring 1994, an increase of 
2% over the 1993 figure. 

Fetal and infant deaths 



• In terms of area of occurrence, 88% of all births 
to Maryland residents occurred within the state. 
Approximately 9% occurred in the District of 
Columbia and 2% in other states. 



The fetal death rate in 1994 was 8.5 per 1,000 
total deliveries. Among whites this figure was 
6.9 and among other races, 9.6. 
The infant mortality rate was 8.8 per 1000 live 
births in 1994, adeclme of 10% from 1993. The 



rate was 6.0 for whites and 13.4 for other races, 
declines of 2% and 17%, respectively, from the 
year before. 

• The neonatal mortality rate was 6.0 per 1000 
live births for all infants, 4. 1 for whites and 9. 1 
for all other races. The rate for whites declined 
by 2% between 1993 and 1994 while the rate for 
other races feU by 19%. 

• The postneonatal mortality rate was 2.8 per 

1000 live births in 1994. The rate was 1.9 for 
whites and 4.3 for infants of other races. Rates 
for all groups declined in the past year. 



Deaths 

• There were 40,939 deaths among Maryland 
residents in 1994 compared with 40,332 in the 
year before. 

• The age-adjusted mortality rate was 530.6 per 
100,000 population, a shght dechne from the 
1993 rate. Age-adjusted rates decUned for all 
race-sex groups except females of other races; 
the rate increased by 1%» among this group. 

• The largest increase in the age-specific death 
rate occurred among persons ages 35-44 years. 
The mortality rate among this age group rose by 
6%, with large increases among white males and 
fanales of other races. The largest decline in the 
age-specific death rate occurred among children 
1-4 years of age; the death rate among this group 
fell by 17% from the year before. 

• Heart disease was the leading cause of death in 
1994. The age-adjusted mortahty rate was 137.8 
per 100,000 population, 3% lower than the rate in 
1993 and 27% lower than the rate a decade ago. 
Rates are highest among males of other races. 

• The second leading cause of death in 1994 was 
malignant neoplasms, responsible for 10,060 
deaths. The overall age-adjusted mortality rate 
for malignant neoplasms was 140.9 per 100,000 
population in 1994, with the rates highest among 
males of other races. 



• Cerebrovascular disease was the third leading 
cause of death in 1994 with an age-adjusted 
mortality rate of 26.1 per 100,000 population. 
Despite a 17% decline in the age-adjusted death 
rate in the past decade, the rates have been 
increasing over the last several years. 

• Chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases were 
the fourth leading cause of death in 1994. The 
age-adjusted mortahty rate was 1 9. 8 per 1 00,000 
population, an increase of 4% from the year 
before. Rates have increased by 18%) since 1984. 

• Accidents and adverse effects were the fifth 
leading cause of death in 1994, contributing 
1,340 deaths. Motor vehicle accidents were 
responsible for 65 1 or nearly half of all accidental 
deaths. Falls accounted for the largest number of 
non- vehicular accidental deaths. 

• The sixth leading cause of death in 1994 was 
diabetes mellitus. The age-adjusted mortahty 
rate was 17.4 per 100,000 population, an increase 
of 5% from the 1 993 rate. There has been a 69% 
increase in the age-adjusted mortahty rate for 
diabetes in the last decade. 

• Human immunodeficiency virus rose from the 
eighth to the seventh leading cause of death in 
1994. There were 1,216 deaths resulting from 
HTV in 1994 compared with 1,009 deaths in 
1993. The overall age-adjusted mortahty rate 
was 21.9 per 100,000 population, a 19% increase 
over the 1993 rate and a 321% increase over the 
rate in 1988. HIV is the leading cause of death 
among persons between the ages of 25 and 44. 
Although males of other races continue to have 
the highest age-adjusted mortality rate (95.8 per 
100,000 population in 1994), the greatest 
increase in rates between 1993 and 1994 occurred 
among females of other races. The rate for this 
group rose from 16.4 m 1993 to 25.9 in 1994, an 
increase of 58%. 

• Pneumonia and influenza were responsible for 
1,186 deaths in 1994. The age-adjusted mortality 
rate was 11.6 per 100,000 population, a 7% 
decline from the rate in 1993. The rate was 



highest among males of other races. 

• There were 645 homicides among Maryland 
residents in 1994 for an age-adjusted mortality 
rate of 13.8 per 100,000 population. Males of 
other races had the highest age-adjusted mortahty 
rate (60.1 in 1994), a figure 11 times the rate 
among white males. The age-adjusted mortality 
rate for homicide has increased by 60% in the 
past decade, and homicide is the leading causes of 
death among Maryland residents ages 15-24 
years. 

• The age-adjusted mortality rate for septicemia 
was 6.8 per 100,000 population in 1994. The 
highest rates are found among males of other 
races. 

• There were 520 suicides among Maryland 
residents in 1994 for an overall age-adjusted 
mortahty rate of 9.6 per 100,000 population. 
Rates are considerably higher among males than 
among females. Suicide is the third leading cause 
of death among adolescents and young adults 
ages 15-24. 



• There were eleven maternal deaths in 1994, 
compared with seven in 1993. 

• In terms of place of occurrence, 93% of all 
deaths among Maryland residents occurred withm 
the state. Of those deatlis occurring out of state, 
59% took place in the District of Columbia. 



Marriages 

• There were 43,302 marriages in Maryland in 
1994. Thirty-five percent of both brides and 
grooms were previously married. Seventy-nine 
grooms and 449 brides were under the age of 1 8. 



Divorces 

• There were 16,759 divorces and annulments in 

1994. The majority of persons divorcing had 
been married between four and nine years, and 
approximately 42% had children under the age of 
18. 







Distribution of the Population by Race, Maryland, 1940-1994. 



Race 
IWhite ^All other races 




100% 



80% 



60% 



1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 

Year 

Distribution of the Population by Age, Maryland, 

1940-1994. 




40% 



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Age 
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■<15 



1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 




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Birth Rate by Race, Maryland, 1985-1994. 




I Total ^-« White ■■ All other races 



1985 



1986 1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 11991 1992 



1993 



1994 



Total 

White 

All other races 



15.5 
13.9 
20.1 



15.6 
13.9 
20.5 



16 
13.3 
21.2 



16.5 
14.6 
21.9 



16.5 16.7 
15.2 I 15.3 
19.9 I 20.3 



16.3 

14.7 

20 



15.8 
14.3 
19.6 



15.1 

13.5 

19 



14.8 
13 
19 



Birth Rate, Maryland and the United 
States. 1985-1994. 



Birth Rate by Race, Maryland, 
1994. 





20 










18 
16 








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12 










10 


[ 


■ Maryland ss; United States 


1 










1985 


1986 


1987 1988 


1989 1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


Maryland 


15.5 


15.6 


16 


16.5 


16.5 


16.7 


16.3 


15.8 


15.1 


14.8 


United States 


15.8 


15.6 


15.7 


16 


16.4 


16.7 


16.3 


15.9 


15.7 


15.3 



20 



15 



10 





14.8 


19 


1 




13 





11 



Percentage of Births to Unmarried Women 
by Race, IVIaryland, 1985-1994. 





/O 
60 
50 
40 
30 
20 
10 







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—Total ^* White 


ssgAII other races 






1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989* 


1990* 


1991* 


1992* 


1993* 


1994* 


All other 


Total 
White 
■ races 


29.1 
14.8 
57.8 


30.5 
15.8 
59.2 


31.3 
16.8 
58.7 


30.6 
17.1 
55.3 


28.9 
15.7 
54.7 


29.6 
16.3 
55.2 


30.7 

17.2. 

54.8 


31.9 
17.3 
58.2 


33.4 
18.6 
58.8 


33.8 
19.1 
57.3 



Percentage of Births to Unmarried Women, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1985-1994. 



35 






^ 


30 


■■#^ 






25 
C 20 
S. 15 

10 
5 


■>^^" 










\l 




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■ Maryland ^si United States 







1985 


1986 1987 


1988 


1989- 


1990* 


1991- 


1992* 


1993- 


1994* 


Maryland 


29.1 


30.5 


31.3 


30.6 


28.9 


29.6 


30.7 


31.9 


33.4 


33.8 


United States 


22 


23.4 


24.5 


25.7 


27.1 


28 


29.5 


30.1 


31 





Percentage of Births to Unmarried Women 
by Detailed Race, Maryland, 1994*. 




Indian Asian 



'Maryland figures exclude women for whom marital status was unknown. 

12 



Percentage of Births to Women Receiving Late or No 
Prenatal Care by Race, Maryland, 1985-1994. 





8 
6 
4 
2 



— 


— 








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—Total ^ 


=^:^ White 


•"All Other races 


















1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


All other 


Total 
White 
races 


3.9 
2.6 

7.1 


3.9 
2.3 
7.1 


3.9 
2.4 
6.8 


4 
2.3 
7.2 


3.9 
2.3 

7.1 


3.7 

2 

7.2 


3.5 
1.8 

7 


3.4 
1.7 
6.9 


3.6 
1.8 
6.9 


3.4 
1.7 
6.2 



Percentage of Women Receiving Late or 

No Prenatal Care, Maryland and the U.S., 

1985-1994.* 



Percentage of Births to Women Receiving 

Late or No Prenatal Care by Detailed Race, 

Maryland, 1994.* 





7 












6 

5 
4 
3 
2 




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■Maryland ssUnHed Stale 




1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


Marytand 


3.9 


3.9 


3.9 


4 


3.9 


3.7 


3.5 


3.4 


3.6 


3.4 


United Slates 


5.7 


6 


6.1 


6.1 


6.4 


6.1 


5.8 


5.2 


4.8 






African-Amer. Amencan lndi« 



'Maryland figures exclude women for whom timing of prenatal care was unknown. Late care refers to prenatal care which begins during 
the third trimester of pregnancy. 

13 



14 
12 
10 







Percentage of Low Birth Weight Infants by Race, 
Maryland, 1985-1994. 



"Total ssssWhite » All other races 



1985 



1986 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



Total 

White 

All other races 



7.6 
5.4 
12 



7.7 
5.5 
12 



7.8 

5.5 

12.1 



8.1 

5.9 

12.3 



8 

5.9 

12.3 



7.8 

5.4 

12.3 



8.1 

5.6 

12.6 



8.3 

5.7 
12.9 



8.4 

5.8 

12.7 



8.4 

6.2 

12.1 



Percentage of Low Birth Weight Infants, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1985-1994. 



Percentage of Low Birth Weight Infants by 
Detailed Race, Maryland, 1994. 





1U 
8 

6 
4 

2 































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^■^ 


■■ 






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—Maryland -^^ United States 














1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


Maryland 
United States 


7,6 

6.8 


7.7 
6.8 


7.8 

6.9 


8.1 

6.9 


8 
7 


7.8 

7 


8.1 

7.1 


8.3 

7.1 


8.4 

7.2 


8.4 




14 



INFANT MORTALITY 





lnf< 

20 
15 
10 

5 




int Mortality Rate by Race, Maryland, 1984-1994. 




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1 








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1— Total ^x*^ White «» All other races 




1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


All other 


Total 
White 
races 


11.7 

8.9 

15.7 


11.9 

9.8 

17.8 


11.7 

9 

16.1 


11.4 

9.4 

16.6 


11.2 

8.6 

16.3 


10.4 

8.4 

14.2 


9.6 

6.4 

15.8 


9.1 

6.7 

13.3 


9.8 

6.7 

16.4 


9.8 

6.1 

16.1 


8.8 

6 

13.4 



Infant Mortality Rate, Maryland and 
the United States, 1985-1994. 



Infant Mortality Rate by Detailed Race, 
Maryland, 1994. 





14 
12 










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10 


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^^ 


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5 






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8 






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4 
2 























■i Maryland ^i^i^ United States 








1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


Marytand 


11.9 


11.7 


11.4 


11.2 


10.4 


9.6 


9.1 


9.8 


9.8 


8.8 


United States 


10.6 


10.4 


10.1 


10 


9.8 


9.2 


8.9 


8.5 


8.3 


7.9 




0) 
Q. 
O 

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a: 



Neonatal Mortality Rate by Race, Maryland, 1984-1994. 



14 
12 
10 
8 
6 
4 
2 





I Total sssWhite "»AII other races 



1984 



1985 



1986 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



Total 

White 

All other races 



8.1 

6.7 

10.8 



8.2 

6 

12.7 



8.2 

6.4 

11.7 



7.8 

5.8 

11.7 



7.9 

5.8 

11.8 



6.5 

5 

9.3 



6.3 

4.1 

10.6 



6 
4.3 
9.1 



6.7 

4.6 

10.4 



6.8 

4.2 

11.2 



6 
4.1 
9.1 



Neonatal Mortality Rate , Maryland 
and the U.S., 1984-1993. 



Neonatal Mortality Rate by Detailed Rac 
Maryland, 1994. 





10 






















en 


e 


■■-^'^N^ 





S 


6 


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0) 

1 



















■■Maryland ^ 


; United States 










1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 1 1992 1 


1993 


Maryland 


8.1 


8.2 


8.2 


7.8 


7.9 


6.5 


6.3 


6 


6.7 


6.8 


United States 


7 


7 


6.7 


6.5 


6.3 


6.2 


5.8 


5.6 


5.4 


5.4 




16 



WhitB A»Tican-Am«r 









Postneonatal Mortality Rate by Race, Maryland, 

1984-1994. 





1984 



I Total ^*^=White «« All other races 



1985 



1986 



1987 



1988 1989 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



Total 

White 

All other races 



3.7 

3 

4.9 



3.7 

3 

5.1 



3.5 

3 

4.3 



3.6 
2.8 
4.9 



3.3 
2.6 
4.5 



3.8 

3.2 

5 



3.3 
2.3 
5.1 



3.1 
2.5 
4.2 



3.1 
2 

5.1 



3 

2 

4.9 



2.8 
1.9 
4.3 



Postneonatal Mortality Rate, Maryland 
and the United States, 1984-1993. 



Postneonatal Mortality Rate by Detailed 
Race, Maryland, 1994. 







^ 


■^ 








A 














^^ 


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2 






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Q. 








1 


1 




„ 









!■ Maryland ^$>: United States | 












1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


Maryland 


3.7 


3.7 


3.5 


3.6 


3.3 


3.8 


3.3 


3.1 


3.1 


3 


United States 


3.8 


3.7 


3.6 


3.6 


3.6 


3.6 


3.4 


3.4 


3.1 


2.9 



OH 







4.8 

1 








2.8 


1.9 




2.4 








African-Amer. American Indian 



17 






Percent Distribution of Deaths by Cause, Maryland, 1994. 



Heart disease 29% 



Cancer 25% 




All other causes 21% 



Septicemia 1% 
Homicide 2% 

HIV 3% 
Pneumonia & influ. 3% 



Diabetes 3% 
Accidents 3% 
COPD 4% 
Cerebrovascular dis. 6% 



Percent Distribution of Deaths by Cause of Death, 

Race and Sex, Maryland, 1994. 

100% 




Cause of Death 
E3AII other causes 
^Septicemia 
HIHomicide 

■ HIV 

■ Diabetes 

□ Pneumonia & Influ. 

■Accidents 

^COPD 

■ Cerebrovascular dis. 
□Cancer 

■ Heart disease 



White male All other male White female All other female 

18 






Age-adjusted Mortality Rate for All Causes of Death, 
Maryland, 1984-1994. 



c 
g 

3 
Q. 
O 
Q. 

8 

O 
O" 

o 



0) 
Q. 
(D 

to 



1200 



1000 



800 



600 



400 



200 




I White male "All other males MWhite females ^ All other females 



1984 



1986 



1988 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



White male 

All other males 

White females 

All other females 



691.1 
944.3 
402.9 
547.1 



694.6 
996.8 
403.2 
587.2 



669 

1021.8 

396.8 

577 



627.1 
941.1 
337.9 
520.8 



602.3 

947 

364.4 

519.1 



582.6 
929.7 
362.1 
508.3 



587.9 

981.6 

363.8 

526 



582.1 
959.6 
360.3 
531.3 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for All Causes of Death, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1984-1993. 



700 



600 



D 
Q. 
O 

o 400 

o 

o 

o~ 

o 



500 



300 



Q. 
0) 

CC 



200 



100 



I Maryland '' United States 



1984 



1985 



1986 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



Maryland 
United States 



570.5 
545.9 



583.2 
548.9 



580.4 
544.8 



578.3 
539.2 



573.2 
539.9 

19 



553.3 
528 



542.1 
520.2 



528.6 
513.7 



521.9 
504.9 



533.4 
514 



530.6 
508.4 




ASES OF THE HEART 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Diseases of the Heart by Race 
and Sex, Maryland, Selected Years, 1984 to 1994. 

300 



(D 
Q. 
0} 

cc 



o 250 



200 



i5 

13 
Q. 
O 
D. 

i 150 

o 
o 



100 
50 




I White male ■All other male » White female ^All other female 



1984 



1986 



1988 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



White male 

All other male 

White female 

All other female 



253 

282 

129.6 

172 



245.9 
290.7 
125.8 
177.6 



221.4 
284 

117.6 
167 



196.3 
223.3 
102.9 
137.4 



189.9 

213.9 

97.6 

134.2 



182.8 

218.1 

94.6 

124.6 



179.2 

224.1 

96.5 

130.7 



173.6 

218.5 

91 

128.4 



c 
o 

Q. 
O 
Q. 
O 
O 
O 

o" 

O 



(D 
Q. 
(D 

DC 



200 



150 



100 



50 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Diseases of the Heart, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1984-1994. 




I Maryland » United States 



1984 



1985 



1986 



1987 



1988 



1989 



1990 1991 1992 



1993 



1994 



Maryland 
United States 



191.6 
183.6 



193 
181.4 



188.1 
176 



182.9 
170.8 



173 
167.7 

20 



157.7 
157.5 



151.6 
152 



145.6 
148.2 



141.5 
144.3 



142.1 
144.7 



137.8 
140 




Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Malignant Neoplasms by Race 

and Sex, Maryland, Selected Years, 1984 to 1994. 

300 



S 250 



Q. 
O 
Q. 
O 
O 
O 



200 
150 



I 50 








I White male MAN other male w White female ^ All other female 



1984 



1986 



1988 



1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 



White male 

All other male 

White female 

All other female 



173.9 
248.4 
117.2 
137.6 



178.2 

248.4 

117.6 

156 



169.8 
252.2 
117.8 
148.3 



170.8 
253.1 
121.8 
140.5 



163.8 
249.5 
115.6 
135.4 



161.5 
230.5 
117.6 
136.5 



157.7 
223.4 
114.9 
139.5 



156.2 
225.6 
114.2 
136.5 



Age-adjusted Mortality Rate for Malignant Neoplasms, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1984-1994. 





160 

140 

120 

100 

80 

60 

40 

20 






c 
o 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 


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O 




CL 

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I 




1 










Ol 






aryland ^^ United States 








■iMc 
















1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


Maryland 
United States 


149.2 
133.5 


150.6 
134.4 


152.2 
134.1 


150.3 
134 


149.6 
134 


148.6 
134.5 


151.1 
135 


145.1 
134.5 


144.3 
133.1 


141.6 
133.2 


140.9 
132.1 



21 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Cerebrovascular Diseases by 
Race and Sex, Maryland, Selected Years, 1984 to 1994. 

60 



a 50 



D 
Q. 
O 
Q. 
O 
O 
O 

o~ 

O 



40 
30 



IE 20 



I 10 





iWhite male ■All other male » White female ^All other female 



1984 



1986 



1988 



1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 



White male 

All other male 

White female 

All other female 



32.4 
50.5 
25.2 
41.8 



28.1 

50.3 

25 

40.8 



27.5 

46.8 

25 

36.3 



25.4 
38.7 
21.4 
34.6 



24.7 
40.8 
21.2 
29.2 



21.7 
39.1 
18.8 
32.2 



21.7 
41.3 
20.1 
30.9 



24.3 

42.6 

21 

34.8 



c 
o 

Q. 
O 
Q. 
O 
O 
O 

o" 

O 



Q. 
(D 

CL 



35 



30 



25 



20 



15 



10 



Maryland 
United States 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Cerebrovascular 
Diseases^ Maryland and the U.S., 1984-1994. 




I Maryland ^United States 



1984 
31.6 
33.4 



1985 

31 

32.5 



1986 1987 



30.1 
31.1 



30.1 
30.4 



1988 
29.5 
29.9 

22 



1989 1990 1991 



27.5 
28.3 



26.1 
27.7 



25.4 
26.8 



1992 
23.6 
26.2 



1993 
24.2 
26.4 



1994 
26.1 
26.7 



CHRONIC 



IBffigULMQ&IAIlYPiSEASE 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary 
Disease by Race and Sex, IVIaryland, Selected Years, 1984 to 1994 

30 



c 
o 

CL 
O 
GL 
O 
O 
O 
O" 
O 



(D 
Q. 
(D 

to 



25 
20 
15 
10 




I White male MAII other male » White female ^All other female 



1984 



1986 



1988 



1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 



White male 

All other male 

White female 

All other female 



25.1 

22.7 

12.5 

7 



26.9 

21.9 

13.2 

8.9 



27.5 

27.5 

16.3 

10 



25.3 

22.7 

16 

9.8 



23.3 

22.1 

16.5 

11 



23 
20.4 
16.7 

7.9 



23.8 

20.3 

17.6 

10 



23.2 
19.9 
19.3 
12.1 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary 
Disease, IVIaryland and the U.S., 1984-1994. 



25 

c 
o 

■S 20 














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CL 






■Maryland » United States 




1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


Maryland 
United States 


16.8 
17.7 


17.7 
18.8 


18 
18.9 


18.4 
18.9 


20.2 
19.6 


18.7 
19.6 


18.8 
19.7 


18.5 
20.1 


18.1 
19.9 


19 
21.3 


19.8 
20.9 



23 



ACCIDHSlTSJU^jD ADVERSE EFFECX3 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Accidents and Adverse Effects 
by Race and Sex, Maryland, Selected Years, 1984 to 1994. 

60 



c 
q 

Q. 
O 
Q. 

8 

O 

o" 
o 



(U 
Ol 
0) 



50 
40 
30 
20 
10 





I White male s«i All other male i«White female ^All other female 



1984 



1986 



1988 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



White male 

All other male 

White female 

All other female 



37.3 
46.5 
16.5 
18.1 



41.8 
52.6 
16.3 
18.6 



41.5 
53 

16.2 
19 



36.8 
46.1 
13.1 
14.6 



32.4 31.3 
38.9 33.5 

13.5 12.2 
14.9 13.3 



32.9 

39 

13.2 

14.5 



30.7 
37.4 
13.4 
14.9 



(D 
Ql 


to 

CC 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Accidents and Adverse 
Effects, Maryland and the U.S., 1984-1994. 



40 



c 
o 

I 30 

Q. 
O 
Q. 



20 



10 



Maryland 
United States 




1984 

27.4 

35 



iMaryland » United States 



1985 
31.3 
34.8 



1986 
29.7 
35.2 



1987 
30.2 
34.7 



1988 

29.8 

35 

24 



1989 
25.9 
33.9 



1990 
25.4 
32.5 



1991 

23.7 

31 



1992 
21.9 
29.4 



1993 
23.7 
29.6 



1994 
22.8 
29.8 




Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Diabetes by Race and Sex, 
Maryland, Selected Years, 1984 to 1994. 



1 ^° 

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■ White male MAN other male aeWhite female ^ All other female | 


1984 




1986 




1988 




1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


White male 


8.6 




9.9 




9.5 




13.1 


12.1 


13.7 


15.9 


16.4 


All other male 


16.9 




19.4 




20.4 




24.9 


25.1 


27.6 


31.3 


29.7 


White female 


8.2 




8.2 




9.2 




10.8 


10.2 


10.3 


10.9 


11.9 


All other female 


19.1 




18.8 




21.6 




23.8 


24.8 


26.9 


28.1 


29.8 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Diabetes, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1984-1994. 



§ 


20 

15 

10 

5 




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1 








I 

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1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


Maryland 
United States 


10.3 
9.5 


10.8 
9.7 


10.8 
9.7 


10.9 
9.8 


11.5 
10.2 


15.1 
11.6 


14.2 
11.7 


13.9 
11.8 


15 
11.9 


16.6 
12.6 


17.4 
12.7 



25 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Human Immunodeficiency Virus by 
Race and Sex, Maryland, 1988 to 1994. 



c 
o 

1 

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100 
80 
60 
40 
20 



iWhite male 
s White female 



lAII other male 
lAII other female 




White male 

All other male 

White female 

All other female 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Human Immunodeficiency Virus, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1988-1994. 



c 
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Q. 
O 
Q. 
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8 



25 



20 



15 



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Maryland 
United States 




1988 
5.2 
6.7 



1989 
7.9 
8.7 



iMaryland ^^« United States 



1990 
9.5 
9.8 



1991 
11.8 
11.3 



1992 
14.1 
12.6 



1993 
18.4 
14.1 



1994 
21.9 
15.1 



26 






Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Pneumonia and Influenza by 
Race and Sex, Maryland, Selected Years, 1984 to 1994. 

30 



c 

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20 
15 



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1984 



1986 



1988 



1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 



White male 

All other male 

White female 

All other female 



14.4 
21 
7.4 

12.1 



17.1 

21.9 

8.5 

11.4 



19.2 
28.3 
11.5 
14.4 



15.9 

21.6 

9.5 

10.7 



15.9 

23.5 

8.5 

11.3 



13.9 

22.5 

9.2 

9.8 



14.1 

24.7 

8.9 

11.4 



13.3 

18.3 

9.1 

11.2 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Pneumonia and Influenza, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1984-1994. 





16 

14 

12 

10 

8 

6 

4 

2 






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1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


Maryland 
United States 


10.9 
12.2 


11.9 
13.5 


12.7 
13.6 


13.7 
13.2 


15 
14.3 

27 


14 
13.8 


12.9 
14 


12.6 
13.4 


12.1 
12.7 


12.5 
13.2 


11.6 
13.1 



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Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Homicide by Race and Sex, 
IVIaryland, Selected Years, 1984 to 1994. 

80 



c 
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13 
CL 
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8 



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60 
40 
20 



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1984 



1986 



1988 



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1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



White male 

All other male 

White female 

All other female 



4.9 

39.7 

2.1 

8.7 



4.4 
44 
2.3 
9.7 



5.2 

47.4 

2.9 

9.6 



5.4 

60.4 

2 

9.4 



5.2 
56.6 

2.1 
10.6 



4.6 

65.5 

2.5 

9.8 



5.2 

64 

2.7 

10.3 



5.4 

60.1 

2.5 

9.2 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Homicide, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1984-1994. 





16 

14 

12 

10 

8 

6 

4 

2 








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1984 


1985 


1986 


1987 


1988 


1989 


1990 


1991 


1992 


1993 


1994 


Maryland 
United States 


8.6 
8.4 


9 
8.3 


9.2 
9 


10 
8.6 


10.6 
9 


12.4 
9.4 


13 
10.2 


12.9 
10.9 


14 
10.5 


14.3 
10.5 


13.8 
9.7 



28 



SUICIDE 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Suicide by Race and Sex, 
Maryland, Selected Years, 1984 to 1994. 



3 
Q. 
O 
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O 
O 
O 
O" 
O 



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All other male 

White female 

All other female 



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Q. 




14 



12 



Maryland 
United States 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Suicide, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1984-1994. 




iMaryland » United States 



1984 

9.8 

11.5 



1985 
10.3 
11.5 



1986 
11.3 
11.9 



1987 
10.8 
11.7 



1988 
10.7 
11.5 

29 



1989 
10.1 
11.3 



1990 

9.3 

11.5 



1991 

8.2 

11.4 



1992 

8.7 

11.1 



1993 

9.9 

11.2 



1994 

9.6 

11.6 






Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Septicemia by Race and Sex, 
Maryland, Selected Years, 1982 to 1994. 



c 
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3 
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O 
O 
O 

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O 



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30 
25 
20 
15 
10 
5 




I White male MAII other male ai White female MAW other female 




1986 



1988 



1990 



1991 



1992 



1993 



1994 



White male 

All other male 

White female 

All other female 



8 

15 

6.8 

11.8 



8 
18.2 

6 
15.9 



7.5 

14.9 

6.3 

9.4 



6.2 

14.1 

5 

11.8 



5.3 
16.1 

5.2 
10.6 



6.5 
16.6 

4.2 
10.5 



5.6 

15.7 

4.9 

9.8 



10 



Age-Adjusted Death Rate for Septicemia, 
Maryland and the U.S., 1985-1994. 



c 
g 

ii 

3 
Q. 
O 
Q. 
O 
O 
O 
O" 
O 




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DC 



Maryland 
United States 




I Maryland « United States 



1985 
7.6 
4.1 



1986 

8.3 
4.3 



1987 

8.4 
4.5 



1988 
8.4 
4.6 



1989 

8 
4.2 



1990 

7 
4.1 



1991 

7.1 

4.1 



1992 
7 
4 



1993 
7 
4.1 



1994 

6.8 
3.9 



30 



Number of First Marriages by Age of the Bride and Groom, 

IVIaryland, 1994. 

12 



C 
CO 

o 




<20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-54 >54 



Percent Distribution of IVIarriages by Previous Marital 
Status of the Bride and Groom, Maryland, 1994 



Never married 


, 


Never married 




64.8% 


^^■T 0.1% 


64.9% _ 


^ 


Widowed 


Divorced 


Widowed 


Divorced 


2.9% 


32.2% 


2.7% 


32.4% 




31 




Groom 



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Number of Divorces and Annulments by Duration of Marriage, 

Maryland, 1994. 

7 



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CC 
CO 

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10-14 15-19 20-24 
Years of marriage 

Number of Divorces and Annulments by Total Number 
of Marriages, Maryland, 1994. 




One Two 

Number of marriages 

32 



Three or more 



TABLE 1. ESTIMATED MARYLAND POPULATION BY RACE, REGION AND POLITICAL 
SUBDIVISION, JULY 1, 1994, WITH COMPARABLE 1990 CENSUS FIGURES. 



Region and 
Political Subdivision 



Estimated Population, July 1, 1994 



WHITE 



Total 



Number Percent 



ALL OTHER RACES 
Number 



Census 

(AprU 1, 

Percent 1990) 



Maryland 



5,006,270 3,512,480 



70.2 



1,493,790 



29.8 4,781,468 



Northwest Area 


401,110 


376,890 


94.0 


Garrett 


29,370 


29,210 


99.5 


Allegany 


73,870 


71,670 


97.0 


Washington 


126,600 


117,110 


92.5 


Frederick 


171,270 


158,900 


92.8 


Baltimore Metro Area 


2,422,420 


1,719,700 


71.0 


Baltimore City 


703,060 


256,010 


36.4 


Baltimore County 


711,780 


588,850 


82.7 


Anne Arundel 


456,170 


387,990 


85.1 


Carroll 


136,440 


131,930 


96.7 


Howard 


212,980 


174,990 


82.2 


Harford 


201,990 


179,930 


89.1 


National Capital Area 


1,566,770 


915,140 


58.4 


Montgomery 


802,720 


612,610 


76.3 


Prince George's 


764,050 


302,530 


39.6 


Southern Area 


251,800 


205,640 


81.7 


Calvert 


62,180 


52,230 


84.0 


Charles 


109,300 


85,710 


78.4 


Saint Mary's 


80,320 


67,700 


84.3 


Eastern Shore Area 


364,170 


295,110 


81.0 


Cecil 


77,040 


72,820 


94.5 


Kent 


18,690 


14,980 


80.1 


Queen Anne's 


36,070 


31,950 


88.6 


Caroline 


28,720 


23,640 


82.3 


Talbot 


32,010 


26,110 


81.6 


Dorchester 


30,420 


21,380 


70.3 


Wicomico 


78,470 


59,220 


75.5 


Somerset 


23,730 


14,360 


60.5 


Worcester 


39,020 


30,650 


78.5 



24^20 

160 

2,200 

9,490 

12,370 

702,720 

447,050 

122,930 

68,180 

4,510 

37,990 

22,060 

651,630 

190,110 
461,520 

46,160 

9,950 
23,590 
12,620 

69,060 

4,220 
3,710 
4,120 
5,080 
5,900 
9,040 
19,250 
9,370 
8,370 



6.0 

0.5 
3.0 
7.5 
7.2 

29.0 

63.6 
17.3 
14.9 
3.3 
17.8 
10.9 

41.6 

23.7 
60.4 

18.3 

16.0 
21.6 
15.7 

19.0 

5.5 
19.9 
11.4 
17.7 
18.4 
29.7 
24.5 
39.5 
21.5 



374,685 

28,138 

74,946 

121,393 

150,208 

2,348,219 

736,014 
692,134 
427,239 
123,372 
187,328 
182,132 

1,486,295 

757,027 
729,268 

228,500 

51,372 

101,154 

75,974 

343,769 

71,347 
17,842 
33,953 
27,035 
30,549 
30,236 
74,339 
23,440 
35,028 



37 



TABLE 2A. ESTIMATED MARYLAND TOTAL POPULATION BY AGE GROUP, REGION 
AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, JULY 1, 1994 



Total population by age 



Region and 
















Political Subdivision 


All Ages 


Under 1 


1-4 


5-17 


18-44 


45-64 


65 + 


Maryland 


5,006,270 


73,620 


313,590 


880,580 


2,184,150 


993,910 


560,420 


Northwest Area 


401,110 


5,330 


22,570 


72,050 


166,350 


82,210 


52,600 


Garrett 


29,370 


390 


1,670 


5,790 


11,120 


6,250 


4,150 


Allegany 


73,870 


840 


3,550 


12,460 


26,350 


16,490 


14,180 


Washington 


126,600 


1,540 


6,730 


21,210 


52,500 


26,500 


18,120 


Frederick 


171,270 


2,560 


10,620 


32,590 


76,380 


32,970 


16,150 


Baltimore Metro Area 


2,422,420 


35,060 


150,690 


423,470 


1,039,470 


481,710 


292,020 


Baltimore City 


703,060 


11,800 


49,660 


123,330 


296,750 


126,330 


95,190 


Baltimore County 


711,780 


8,990 


40,160 


116,130 


291,900 


148,250 


106,350 


Anne Arundel 


456,170 


6,200 


26,840 


79,760 


203,090 


95,730 


44,550 


Carroll 


136,440 


1,830 


7,900 


25,590 


58,510 


28,140 


14,470 


Howard 


212,980 


3,320 


13,910 


40,180 


100,180 


41,930 


13,460 


Harford 


201,990 


2,920 


12,220 


38,480 


89,040 


41,330 


18,000 


National Capital Area 


1,566,770 


24,790 


103,430 


268,900 


721,780 


305,680 


142,190 


Montgomery 


802,720 


12,060 


50,810 


137,090 


352,390 


163,400 


86,970 


Prince George's 


764,050 


12,730 


52,620 


131,810 


369,390 


142,280 


55,220 


Southern Area 


251,800 


3,780 


16,300 


52,100 


112,610 


46,950 


20,060 


Calvert 


62,180 


890 


3,940 


13,240 


26,420 


12,250 


5,440 


Charles 


109,300 


1,630 


6,950 


23,130 


49,480 


20,670 


7,440 


Saint Mary's 


80,320 


1,260 


5,410 


15,730 


36,710 


14,030 


7,180 


Eastern Shore Area 


364,170 


4,660 


20,600 


64,060 


143,940 


77,360 


53,550 


Cecil 


77,040 


1,070 


4,910 


15,470 


31,680 


15,580 


8,330 


Kent 


18,690 


220 


920 


2,840 


7,050 


4,240 


3,420 


Queen Anne's 


36,070 


420 


1,920 


6,310 


14,370 


8,280 


4,770 


Caroline 


28,720 


370 


1,710 


5,560 


11,090 


5,940 


4,050 


Talbot 


32,010 


360 


1,520 


4,770 


11,280 


7,450 


6,630 


Dorchester 


30,420 


350 


1,720 


5,210 


11,040 


6,760 


5,340 


Wicomico 


78,470 


1,130 


4,750 


14,240 


32,690 


15,560 


10,100 


Somerset 


23,730 


250 


1,060 


3,610 


10,440 


4,690 


3,680 


Worcester 


39,020 


490 


2,090 


6,050 


14,300 


8,860 


7,230 



38 



TABLE 2B. ESTIMATED MARYLAND WHITE POPULATION BY AGE GROUP, REGION 
AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, JULY 1, 1994 



White population by age 



Region and 
















Political Subdivision 


All Ages 


Under 1 


1-4 


5-17 


18-44 


45-64 


65 + 


Maryland 


3,512,480 


45,950 


206,250 


561,140 


1,495,700 


744,180 


459,260 


Northwest Area 


376,890 


4,960 


21,210 


66,990 


153,780 


79,000 


50,950 


Garrett 


29,210 


390 


1,660 


5,710 


11,060 


6,240 


4,150 


Allegany 


71,670 


820 


3,460 


11,900 


25,400 


16,200 


13,890 


Washington 


117,110 


1,440 


6,390 


19,570 


46,430 


25,600 


17,680 


Frederick 


158,900 


2,310 


9,700 


29,810 


70,890 


30,960 


15,230 


Baltimore Metro Area 


1,719,700 


22,400 


99,760 


270,410 


731,270 


363,330 


232,530 


Baltimore City 


256,010 


3,310 


14,820 


30,140 


106,940 


50,250 


50,550 


Baltimore County 


588,850 


6,920 


32,320 


86,190 


235,110 


128,410 


99,900 


Anne Arundel 


387,990 


5,130 


22,500 


64,860 


171,220 


84,650 


39,630 


Carroll 


131,930 


1,790 


7,700 


24,640 


56,500 


27,230 


14,070 


Howard 


174,990 


2,690 


11,700 


31,250 


82,630 


34,930 


11,790 


Harford 


179,930 


2,560 


10,720 


33,330 


78,870 


37,860 


16,590 


National Capital Area 


915,140 


12,030 


56,290 


132,580 


402,740 


197,600 


113,900 


Montgomery 


612,610 


8,230 


37,700 


96,310 


262,620 


131,060 


76,690 


Prince George's 


302,530 


3,800 


18,590 


36,270 


140,120 


66,540 


37,210 


Southern Area 


205,640 


3,000 


12,980 


41,380 


92,480 


39,300 


16,500 


Calvert 


52,230 


750 


3,220 


11,150 


22,150 


10,420 


4,540 


Charles 


85,710 


1,220 


5,290 


17,240 


39,230 


16,820 


5,910 


Saint Mary's 


67,700 


1,030 


4,470 


12,990 


31,100 


12,060 


6,050 


Eastern Shore Area 


295,110 


3,560 


16,010 


49,780 


115,430 


64,950 


45,380 


Cecil 


72,820 


1,020 


4,710 


14,440 


29.870 


14,870 


7,910 


Kent 


14,980 


160 


710 


2,210 


5,630 


3,360 


2,910 


Queen Anne's 


31,950 


370 


1,680 


5,510 


12,840 


7,430 


4,120 


Caroline 


23,640 


300 


1,370 


4,410 


9,150 


5,000 


3,410 


Talbot 


26,110 


270 


1,160 


3,710 


9,010 


6,250 


5,710 


Dorchester 


21,380 


200 


1,030 


3,190 


7,670 


5,140 


4,150 


Wicomico 


59,220 


750 


3,230 


9,870 


24,780 


12,330 


8,260 


Somerset 


14,360 


150 


620 


2,160 


5,340 


3,330 


2,760 


Worcester 


30,650 


340 


1,500 


4,280 


11,140 


7,240 


6,150 



39 



TABLE 2C. ESTIMATED MARYLAND POPULATION OF ALL OTHER RACES BY AGE GROUP, 
REGION AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, JULY 1, 1994 



Population of all other races by age 


Region and 
















Political Subdivision 


All Ages 


Under 1 


1-4 


5-17 


18-44 


45-64 


65 + 


Maryland 


1,493,790 


27,670 


107340 


319,440 


688,450 


249,730 


101,160 


Northwest Area 


24,220 


370 


U60 


5,060 


12,570 


3,210 


1,650 


Garrett 


160 





10 


80 


60 


10 





Allegany 


2,200 


20 


90 


560 


950 


290 


290 


Washington 


9,490 


100 


340 


1,640 


6,070 


900 


440 


Frederick 


12.370 


250 


920 


2,780 


5,490 


2,010 


920 


Baltimore Metro Area 


702,720 


12,660 


50,930 


153,060 


308,200 


118380 


59,490 


Baltimore City 


447,050 


8,490 


34,840 


93,190 


189,810 


76,080 


44,640 


Baltimore County 


122,930 


2,070 


7,840 


29,940 


56,790 


19,840 


6,450 


Anne Arundel 


68,180 


1,070 


4,340 


14,900 


31,870 


11,080 


4,920 


Carroll 


4,510 


40 


200 


950 


2,010 


910 


400 


Howard 


37,990 


630 


2,210 


8,930 


17,550 


7,000 


1,670 


Harford 


22,060 


360 


1,500 


5,150 


10,170 


3,470 


1,410 


National Capital Area 


651,630 


12,760 


47,140 


136320 


319,040 


108,080 


28,290 


Montgomery 


190,110 


3,830 


13,110 


40,780 


89,770 


32,340 


10,280 


Prince George's 


461,520 


8,930 


34,030 


95,540 


229,270 


75,740 


18,010 


Southern Area 


46,160 


780 


3320 


10,720 


20,130 


7,650 


3,560 


Calvert 


9,950 


140 


720 


2,090 


4,270 


1,830 


900 


Charles 


23,590 


410 


1,660 


5,890 


10,250 


3,850 


1,530 


Saint Mary's 


12,620 


230 


940 


2,740 


5,610 


1,970 


1,130 


Eastern Shore Area 


69,060 


1,100 


4,590 


14,280 


28,510 


12,410 


8,170 


Cecil 


4,220 


50 


200 


1,030 


1,810 


710 


420 


Kent 


3,710 


60 


210 


630 


1,420 


880 


510 


Queen Anne's 


4,120 


50 


240 


800 


1,530 


850 


650 


Caroline 


5,080 


70 


340 


1,150 


1,940 


940 


640 


Talbot 


5,900 


90 


360 


1,060 


2,270 


1,200 


920 


Dorchester 


9,040 


150 


690 


2,020 


3,370 


1,620 


1,190 


Wicomico 


19,250 


380 


1,520 


4,370 


7,910 


3,230 


1,840 


Somerset 


9,370 


100 


440 


1,450 


5,100 


1,360 


920 


Worcester 


8,370 


150 


590 


1,770 


3,160 


1,620 


1,080 



40 



TABLE 3A. ESTIMATED MARYLAND MALE POPULATION BY AGE GROUP, 
REGION AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, JULY 1, 1994. 



Male Population by Age 



Region and 
















Political Subdivision 


All Ages 


Under 1 


1-4 


5-17 


18-44 


45-64 


65 + 


Maryland 


2,425,920 


37,700 


156,870 


449,060 


1,073,690 


482,950 


225,650 


Northwest Area 


197,500 


2,790 


11,290 


36,870 


84,960 


40,550 


21,040 


Garrett 


14,320 


210 


840 


2,970 


5,500 


3,040 


1,760 


Allegany 


34,750 


440 


1,780 


6,370 


12,890 


7,830 


5,440 


Washington 


63,890 


800 


3,360 


10,850 


28,630 


13,020 


7,230 


Frederick 


84,540 


1,340 


5,310 


16,680 


37,940 


16,660 


6,610 


Baltimore Metro Area 


1,169,880 


17,910 


75,390 


216,020 


511,930 


233,010 


115,620 


Baltimore City 


327,890 


5,950 


24,860 


62,660 


142,050 


57,390 


34,980 


Baltimore County 


339,760 


4,610 


20,090 


59,320 


141,750 


70,860 


43,130 


Anne Arundel 


228,710 


3,180 


13,420 


40,750 


104,380 


48,300 


18,680 


Carroll 


67,110 


940 


3,950 


13,100 


29,080 


14,230 


5,810 


Howard 


105,810 


1,730 


6,960 


20,520 


49,610 


21,450 


5,540 


Harford 


100,600 


1,500 


6,110 


19,670 


45,060 


20,780 


7,480 


National Capital Area 


754,470 


12,660 


51,760 


136,850 


348,200 


147,400 


57,600 


Montgomery 


386,170 


6,150 


25,420 


69,940 


170,600 


78,810 


35,250 


Prince George's 


368,300 


6,510 


26,340 


66,910 


177,600 


68,590 


22,350 


Southern Area 


126,040 


1,950 


8,140 


26,620 


56,650 


24,120 


8,560 


Calvert 


30,840 


470 


1,970 


6,770 


12,970 


6,350 


2,310 


Charles 


54,210 


820 


3,470 


11,810 


24,570 


10,540 


3,000 


Saint Mary's 


40,990 


660 


2,700 


8,040 


19,110 


7,230 


3,250 


Eastern Shore Area 


178,030 


2,390 


10,290 


32,700 


71,950 


37,870 


22,830 


Cecil 


38,530 


560 


2,450 


7,920 


15,850 


7,940 


3,810 


Kent 


9,040 


120 


460 


1,440 


3,470 


2,040 


1,510 


Queen Anne's 


17,850 


220 


960 


3,230 


7,120 


4,170 


2,150 


Caroline 


13,900 


190 


850 


2,840 


5,430 


2,930 


1,660 


Talbot 


15,180 


170 


760 


2,430 


5,450 


3,570 


2,800 


Dorchester 


14,360 


180 


860 


2,650 


5,300 


3,230 


2,140 


Wicomico 


37,590 


580 


2,370 


7,270 


15,940 


7,490 


3,940 


Somerset 


12,660 


130 


530 


1,840 


6,240 


2,340 


1,580 


Worcester 


18,920 


240 


1,050 


3,080 


7,150 


4,160 


3,240 



41 



TABLE 3B. ESTIMATED MARYLAND FEMALE POPULATION BY AGE GROUP, 
REGION AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, JULY 1, 1994. 



Female Population by Age 



Region and 
















Political Subdivision 


All Ages 


Under 1 


1-4 


5-17 


18-44 


45-64 


65 + 


Maryland 


2,580,350 


35,920 


156,720 


431,520 


1,110,460 


510,960 


334,770 


Northwest Area 


203,610 


2,540 


11,280 


35,180 


81,390 


41,660 


31,560 


Garrett 


15,050 


180 


830 


2,820 


5,620 


3,210 


2,390 


Allegany 


39,120 


400 


1,770 


6,090 


13,460 


8,660 


8,740 


Washington 


62,710 


740 


3,370 


10,360 


23,870 


13,480 


10,890 


Frederick 


86,730 


1,220 


5,310 


15,910 


38,440 


16,310 


9,540 


Baltimore Metro Area 


1,252,540 


17,150 


75,300 


207,450 


527,540 


248,700 


176,400 


Baltimore City 


375,170 


5,850 


24,800 


60,670 


154,700 


68,940 


60,210 


Baltimore County 


372,020 


4,380 


20,070 


56,810 


150,150 


77,390 


63,220 


Anne Arundel 


227,460 


3,020 


13,420 


39,010 


98,710 


47,430 


25,870 


Carroll 


69,330 


890 


3,950 


12,490 


29,430 


13,910 


8,660 


Howard 


107,170 


1,590 


6,950 


19,660 


50,570 


20,480 


7,920 


Harford 


101,390 


1,420 


6,110 


18,810 


43,980 


20,550 


10,520 


National Capital Area 


812,300 


12,130 


51,670 


132,050 


373,580 


158,280 


84,590 


Montgomery 


416,550 


5,910 


25,390 


67,150 


181,790 


84,590 


51,720 


Prince George's 


395,750 


6,220 


26,280 


64,900 


191,790 


73,690 


32,870 


Southern Area 


125,760 


1,830 


8,160 


25,480 


55,960 


22,830 


11,500 


Calvert 


31,340 


420 


1,970 


6,470 


13,450 


5,900 


3,130 


Charles 


55,090 


810 


3,480 


11,320 


24,910 


10,130 


4,440 


Saint Mary's 


39,330 


600 


2,710 


7,690 


17,600 


6,800 


3,930 


Eastern Shore Area 


186,140 


2,270 


10,310 


31,360 


71;990 


39,490 


30,720 


Cecil 


38,510 


510 


2,460 


7,550 


15,830 


7,640 


4,520 


Kent 


9,650 


100 


460 


1,400 


3,580 


2,200 


1,910 


Queen Anne's 


18,220 


200 


960 


3,080 


7,250 


4,110 


2,620 


Caroline 


14,820 


180 


860 


2,720 


5,660 


3,010 


2,390 


Talbot 


16,830 


190 


760 


2,340 


5,830 


3,880 


3,830 


Dorchester 


16,060 


170 


860 


2,560 


5,740 


3,530 


3,200 


Wicomico 


40,880 


550 


2,380 


6,970 


16,750 


8,070 


6,160 


Somerset 


11,070 


120 


530 


1,770 


4,200 


2,350 


2,100 


Worcester 


20,100 


250 


1,040 


2,970 


7,150 


4,700 


3,990 



42 



TABLE 4. ESTIMATED MARYLAND POPULATION BY DETAILED AGE GROUP, 
RACE AND SEX, JULY 1, 1994 











Male 




Female 








All 




All 












Other 




Other 


Age 


Total 


Male 


Female 


White 


Races 


White 


Races 


All Ages 


5,006,270 


2,425,920 


2,580,350 


1,720340 


705,580 


1,792,140 


788,210 


Under 1 


73,620 


37,700 


35,920 


24,210 


13,490 


21,740 


14,180 


1-4 


313,590 


156,870 


156,720 


103,080 


53,790 


103,170 


53,550 


5-9 


358,070 


182,600 


175,470 


117,950 


64,650 


112,190 


63,280 


10-14 


334,060 


169,590 


164,470 


109,590 


60,000 


104,520 


59,950 


15-19 


310,110 


159,110 


151,000 


100,660 


58,450 


95,270 


55,730 


20-24 


353,740 


176,150 


177,590 


117,960 


58,190 


115,800 


61,790 


25-29 


400,640 


196,860 


203,780 


135,870 


60,990 


134,120 


69,660 


30-34 


452,580 


221,990 


230,590 


157,680 


64,310 


155,390 


75,200 


35-39 


444,040 


216,320 


227,720 


154,810 


61,510 


154,550 


73,170 


40-44 


411,490 


200,130 


211,360 


145,030 


55,100 


145,450 


65,910 


45-49 


344,520 


168,190 


176,330 


125,900 


42,290 


126,750 


49,580 


50-54 


260,050 


127,770 


132,280 


96,600 


31,170 


96,780 


35,500 


55-59 


206,790 


100,380 


106,410 


76,730 


23,650 


79,060 


27,350 


60-64 


182,550 


86,610 


95,940 


68,310 


18,300 


74,050 


21,890 


65-69 


171,180 


78,070 


93,110 


62,920 


15,150 


73,940 


19,170 


70-74 


155,960 


66,620 


89,340 


55,070 


11,550 


72,900 


16,440 


75-79 


107,690 


42,760 


64,930 


36,070 


6,690 


53,760 


11,170 


80-84 


68,090 


23,340 


44,750 


19,650 


3,690 


37,090 


7,660 


85 + 


57,500 


14,860 


42,640 


12,250 


2,610 


35,610 


7,030 



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TABLE 8. BIRTHS AND BIRTH RATES BY RACE, MARYLAND, 
SELECTED YEARS, 1940-1994. 





Number of births 




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1940 


32,368 


25,438 


6,930 


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16.6 


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1950 


55,992 


43,599 


12,393 


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31.7 


1960 


77,496 


60,093 


17,403 


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32.8 


1970 


69,336 


52,719 


16,617 


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16.4 


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1980 


59,833 


40,428 


19,405 


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1983 


63,977 


42,969 


21,008 


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1984 


65,264 


43.643 


21,621 


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1985 


67,985 


45,396 


22,589 


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1986 


69,524 


45,980 


23,544 


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1987 


72,501 


47,299 


25,202 


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1988 


76,414 


49,395 


27,019 


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78,225 


51,772 


26,453 


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80,199 


52,679 


27,520 


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79,143 


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28,323 


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77,728 


49,739 


27,989 


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74,934 


47,158 


27,776 


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73,937 


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55 



TABLE 9. BIRTHS AND BIRTH RATES BY RACE OF MOTHER, REGION 
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White 


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Maryland 


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45,534 


28,403 


23,763 


174 


2,490 


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5,369 


4,980 


389 


290 


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374 


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790 


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1,533 


1,436 


97 


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2,646 


2,380 


266 


194 


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52 


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35,106 


22,319 


12,787 


11,524 


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762 


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11,662 


3,244 


8,418 


8,130 


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141 


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12.7 


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8.910 


6,762 


2,148 


1,786 


31 


231 


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6.329 


5,218 


1,111 


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18 


113 


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1.899 


1,862 


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3,322 


2,614 


708 


404 


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217 


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14.9 


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Haiford 


2,984 


2,619 


365 


286 


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53 


14.8 


14.6 


16.5 


National Capital Area 


24,948 


11,682 


13,266 


10,199 


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130 


15.9 


12.8 


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Montgomer>' 


12,203 


8,129 


4,074 


2,148 


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1,075 


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13.3 


21.4 


Prince George's 


12,745 


3,553 


9,192 


8,051 


28 


515 


16.7 


11.7 


19.9 


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3,817 


3,003 


814 


702 


17 


43 


15.2 


14.6 


17.6 


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874 


739 


135 


118 


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1,637 


1,215 


422 


375 


10 


19 


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17.9 


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1,306 


1,049 


257 


209 


5 


17 


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227 


170 


57 


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358 


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304 


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TABLE 14. BIRTHS BY PLURALITY, RACE OF MOTHER 
AND AGE OF MOTHER, MARYLAND, 1994. 











Ratio of 










plural births 


Race and age 




Single 


Plural 


per 1,000 


of mother 


Total 


births 


births 


total births 


Total 


73,937 


71,931 


2,006 


27.1 


Under 15 


262 


255 


7 


26.7 


15-17 


2,905 


2,860 


45 


15.5 


18-19 


4,407 


4,332 


75 


17.0 


20-24 


14,662 


14,345 


317 


21.6 


25-29 


20,911 


20,374 


537 


25.7 


30-34 


20,662 


20,014 


648 


31.4 


35-39 


8,610 


8,289 


321 


37.3 


40-44 


1,421 


1,368 


53 


37.3 


45 & over 


33 


31 


2 


60.6 


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64 


63 


1 


15.6 


White 


43,407 


42,138 


1,269 


29.2 


Under 15 


46 


46 





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15-17 


818 


802 


16 


19.6 


18-19 


1,706 


1,672 


34 


19.9 


20-24 


7,035 


6,869 


166 


23.6 


25-29 


12,859 


12,541 


318 


24.7 


30-34 


13,991 


13,554 


437 


31.2 


35-39 


5,913 


5,661 


252 


42.6 


40-44 


988 


944 


44 


44.5 


45 & over 


22 


20 


2 


90.9 


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29 





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All other races 


30,530 


29,793 


737 


24.1 


Under 15 


216 


209 


7 • 


32.4 


15-17 


2,087 


2,058 


29 


13.9 


18-19 


2,701 


2,660 


41 


15.2 


20-24 


7,627 


7,476 


151 


19.8 


25-29 


8,052 


7,833 


219 


27.2 


30-34 


6,671 


6,460 


211 


31.6 


35-39 


2,697 


2,628 


69 


25.6 


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433 


424 


9 


20.8 


45 & over 


11 


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34 


1 


28.6 



66 



TABLE 15. BIRTHS BY MARITAL STATUS OF MOTHER, RACE OF MOTHER, REGION 
AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, MARYLAND, 1994. 





TOTAL BIRTHS 


BIRTHS TO UNMARRIED WOMEN 






Number 




Percent 










All 




Region and 






AU 






All 


political 






other 






other 






other 


subdivision 


Total 


White 


races 


Total 


White 


races 


Total 


White 


races 


Maryland 


73,937 


45,534 


28,403 


24,959 


8,687 


16,272 


33.8 


19.1 


57.3 


Northwest Area 


5,369 


4,980 


389 


1,398 


1,187 


211 


26.0 


23.8 


54.2 


Garrett 


376 


374 


2 


102 


102 





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27.3 


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Allegany 


814 


790 


24 


277 


263 


14 


34.0 


33.3 


58.3 


Washington 


1,533 


1,436 


97 


495 


432 


63 


32.3 


30.1 


64.9 


Frederick 


2,646 


2,380 


266 


524 


390 


134 


19.8 


16.4 


50.4 


Baltimore Metro Area 


35,106 


22,319 


12,787 


13,044 


4,295 


8,749 


37.2 


19.2 


68.4 


Baltimore City 


11,662 


3,244 


8,418 


7,911 


1,146 


6,765 


67.8 


35.3 


80.4 


Baltimore County 


8,910 


6,762 


2,148 


2,280 


1,228 


1,052 


25.6 


18.2 


49.0 


Anne Arundel 


6,329 


5,218 


1,111 


1,519 


965 


554 


24.0 


18.5 


49.9 


Carroll 


1,899 


1,862 


37 


310 


296 


14 


16.3 


15.9 


37.8 


Howard 


3,322 


2,614 


708 


419 


228 


191 


12.6 


8.7 


27.0 


Harford 


2,984 


2,619 


365 


605 


432 


173 


20.3 


16.5 


47.4 


National Capital Area 


24,948 


11,682 


13,266 


7,609 


1,665 


5,944 


30.5 


14.3 


44.8 


Montgomery 


12,203 


8,129 


4,074 


2,327 


968 


1,359 


19.1 


11.9 


33.4 


Prince George's 


12,745 


3,553 


9,192 


5,282 


697 


4,585 


41.4 


19.6 


49.9 


Southern Area 


3,817 


3,003 


814 


1,099 


621 


478 


28.8 


20.7 


58.7 


Calvert 


874 


739 


135 


209 


128 


81 


23.9 


17.3 


60.0 


Charles 


1,637 


1,215 


422 


527 


275 


252 


32.2 


22.6 


59.7 


Saint Mary's 


1,306 


1,049 


257 


363 


218 


145 


27.8 


20.8 


56.4 


Eastern Shore Area 


4,697 


3,550 


1,147 


1,809 


919 


890 


38.5 


25.9 


77.6 


Cecil 


1,063 


1,010 


53 


317 


283 


34 


29.8 


28.0 


64.2 


Kent 


227 


170 


57 


81 


34 


47 


35.7 


20.0 


82.5 


Queen Anne's 


405 


358 


47 


98 


61 


37 


24.2 


17.0 


78.7 


Caroline 


386 


304 


82 


145 


91 


54 


37.6 


29.9 


65.9 


Talbot 


363 


268 


95 


129 


53 


76 


35.5 


19.8 


80.0 


Dorchester 


352 


205 


147 


187 


62 


125 


53.1 


30.2 


85.0 


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1,140 


740 


400 


505 


203 


302 


44.3 


27.4 


75.5 


Somerset 


261 


150 


111 


150 


56 


94 


57.5 


37.3 


84.7 


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500 


345 


155 


197 


76 


121 


39.4 


22.0 


78.1 



67 



TABLE 16. NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF BIRTHS TO UNMARRIED 
WOMEN BY AGE AND RACE OF MOTHER, MARYLAND, 1994. 







Number 






Percent 










AU 






All 








other 






other 


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Total 


White 


races 


Total 


White 


races 


All ages 


24,959 


8,687 


16,272 


33.8 


19.1 


573 


Under 15 


251 


42 


209 


95.8 


85.7 


98.1 


15-17 


2,702 


857 


1,845 


93.0 


86.9 


96.1 


18-19 


3,727 


1,446 


2,281 


84.6 


73.9 


93.1 


20-24 


8,144 


2,921 


5,223 


55.5 


38.2 


74.4 


25-29 


5,341 


1,787 


3,554 


25.5 


13.4 


47.0 


30-34 


3,260 


1,102 


2,158 


15.8 


7.7 


34.5 


35-39 


1,255 


433 


822 


14.6 


7.1 


32.4 


40-44 


242 


90 


152 


17.0 


8.9 


37.3 


45 & over 


4 


2 


2 


12.1 


8.3 


22.2 


Not stated 


33 


7 


26 


51.6 


23.3 


76.5 



TABLE 17. NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF BIRTHS TO UNMARRIED WOMEN 
BY BIRTH ORDER AND RACE OF MOTHER, MARYLAND, 1994. 







Number 






Percent 










All 






AU 








other 






other 


Birth order* 


Total 


White 


races 


Total 


White 


races 


Total 


24,959 


8,687 


16,272 


33.8 


19.1 


573 


First 


11,694 


4,726 


6,968 


39.6 


25.6 


62.9 


Second 


5,968 


1,959 


4,009 


25.9 


13.1 


49.5 


Third 


3,197 


997 


2,200 


28.6 


14.4 


51.3 


Fourth 


1,474 


399 


1,075 


35.7 


17.5 


58.3 


Fifth 


653 


135 


518 


43.8 


19.1 


66.2 


Sixth 


258 


56 


202 


45.5 


22.0 


64.5 


Seventh 


130 


22 


108 


50.2 


21.6 


68.8 


Eight or more 


108 


16 


92 


47.2 


17.8 


66.2 


Not stated 


1,477 


311 


1,100 


41.8 


20.7 


64.3 



*Based on current live birth plus all previous live births to the mother. 



68 



TABLE 18. NUMBER OF LIVE BIRTHS BY MATERNAL AGE, RACE AND 
EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, MARYLAND, 1994. 









Years of school completed by mother 










0-8 


9-11 


12 


13-15 


16 years 


Not 




Total 


years 


years 


years 


years 


or more 


stated 


Total 
















All ages 


73,937 


1,930 


6,248 


25,791 


11,643 


22,702 


5,623 


Under 15 years 


262 


52 


107 


44 


2 


1 


56 


15-19 years 


7,312 


362 


2,158 


3,132 


493 


75 


1,092 


15 years 


496 


37 


237 


118 


9 


2 


93 


16 years 


980 


66 


405 


313 


25 


4 


167 


17 years 


1,429 


67 


486 


585 


81 


4 


206 


18 years 


1,993 


73 


526 


943 


143 


24 


284 


19 years 


2,414 


119 


504 


1,173 


235 


41 


342 


20-24 years 


14,662 


528 


1,830 


7,132 


2,326 


1,272 


1,574 


25-29 years 


20,911 


465 


1,206 


7,658 


3,828 


6,394 


1,360 


30-34 years 


20,662 


344 


666 


5.589 


3.380 


9.688 


995 


35-39 years 


8,610 


138 


242 


1,912 


1,390 


4,478 


450 


40 years and over 


1,454 


36 


37 


297 


221 


778 


85 


Not stated 


64 


5 


2 


27 


3 


16 


11 


WhUe 
















All ages 


45^34 


954 


3^92 


14,543 


7,250 


17,262 


2,233 


Under 15 years 


49 


10 


17 


10 





1 


11 


15-19 years 


2,944 


164 


894 


1,250 


230 


32 


374 


15 years 


125 


7 


61 


31 


4 


1 


21 


16 years 


320 


29 


121 


102 


12 


1 


55 


17 years 


541 


35 


196 


205 


35 


1 


69 


18 years 


827 


33 


247 


374 


65 


7 


101 


19 years 


1,131 


60 


269 


538 


114 


22 


128 


20-24 years 


7,646 


267 


1,038 


3,678 


1,287 


767 


609 


25-29 years 


13,350 


237 


765 


4,624 


2,396 


4,784 


544 


30-34 years 


14,404 


170 


422 


3,611 


2,257 


7,494 


450 


35-39 years 


6,073 


78 


136 


1,183 


932 


3,540 


204 


40 years and over 


1,038 


25 


19 


175 


145 


636 


38 


Not stated 


30 


3 


1 


12 


3 


8 


3 


All other races 
















All ages 


28,403 


976 


2,956 


11,248 


4,393 


5,440 


3,390 


Under 15 years 


213 


42 


90 


34 


•2 





45 


15-19 years 


4,368 


198 


1,264 


1,882 


263 


43 


718 


15 years 


371 


30 


176 


87 


5 


1 


72 


16 years 


660 


37 


284 


211 


13 


3 


112 


17 years 


888 


32 


290 


380 


46 


3 


137 


18 years 


1,166 


40 


279 


569 


78 


17 


183 


19 years 


1,283 


59 


235 


635 


121 


19 


214 


20-24 years 


7,016 


261 


792 


3,454 


1,039 


505 


965 


25-29 years 


7,561 


228 


441 


3,034 


1,432 


1,610 


816 


30-34 years 


6,258 


174 


244 


1,978 


1,123 


2,194 


545 


35-39 years 


2,537 


60 


106 


729 


458 


938 


246 


40 years and over 


416 


11 


18 


122 


76 


142 


47 


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34 


2 


1 


15 





8 


8 



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TABLE 24. BIRTHS BY PLURALITY, RACE OF MOTHER AND 
LENGTH OF GESTATION, MARYLAND, 1994. 











Ratio of 










plural births 






Single 


Plural 


per 1,000 


Length of gestation* 


Total 


births 


births 


total births 


Total 


73,937 


71,932 


2,005 


27.1 


Under 20 


56 


55 


1 


17.9 


20-27 


701 


624 


77 


109.8 


28-31 


1,000 


855 


145 


145.0 


32-35 


4,071 


3,561 


510 


125.3 


36 


3,029 


2,777 


252 


83.2 


37-39 


29,982 


29,251 


731 


24.4 


40 


14,393 


14,318 


75 


5.2 


41 


8,992 


8,965 


27 


3.0 


42 or more 


6,880 


6,835 


45 


6.5 


Not stated 


4,833 


4,691 


142 


29.4 


White 


45,534 


44,230 


1,304 


28.6 


Under 20 


22 


22 





0.0 


20-27 


247 


211 


36 


145.7 


28-31 


418 


346 


72 


172.2 


32-35 


1,957 


1,601 


356 


181.9 


36 


1,639 


1,471 


168 


102.5 


37-39 


18,681 


18,171 


510 


27.3 


40 


9,686 


9,631 


55 


5.7 


41 


6,185 


6,174 


11 


1.8 


42 or more 


4,390 


4,357 


33 


7.5 


Not stated 


2,309 


2,246 


63 


27.3 


All Other Races 


28,403 


27,702 


701 


24.7 


Under 20 


34 


33 


1 


29.4 


20-27 


454 


413 


41 


90.3 


28-31 


582 


509 


73 


125.4 


32-35 


2.114 


1,960 


154 


72.8 


36 


1,390 


1,306 


84 


60.4 


37-39 


11,301 


11,080 


221 


19.6 


40 


4,707 


4,687 


20 


4.2 


41 


2,807 


2,791 


16 


5.7 


42 or more 


2,490 


2,478 


12 


4.8 


Not stated 


2,524 


2,445 


79 


31.3 



^Completed weeks of gestation 



74 



TABLE 25. NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF LIVE BIRTHS DELIVERED BY CESAREAN 
SECTION BY REGION AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, MARYLAND, 1994. 





Total 




mate 




Another 


races 


Region and 




Percent 




Percent 




Percent 


Political 




of total 




of total 




of total 


Subdivision 


Number 


deliveries 


Number 


deliveries 


Number 


deliveries 


Maryland 


16,800 


22.7 


10,154 


22.3 


6,646 


23A 


Northwest Area 


Ull 


22.6 


1,138 


22.9 


73 


18.8 


Garrett 


69 


18.4 


69 


18.4 





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200 


24.6 


196 


24.8 


4 


16.7 


Washington 


302 


19.7 


289 


20.1 


13 


13.4 


Frederick 


640 


24.2 


584 


24.5 


56 


21.1 


Baltimore Metro Area 


7,535 


21.5 


4,868 


21.8 


2,667 


20.9 


Baltimore City 


2,291 


19.6 


670 


20.7 


1,621 


19.3 


Baltimore County 


2,064 


23.2 


1,530 


22.6 


534 


24.9 


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1,366 


21.6 


1,122 


21.5 


244 


22.0 


Carroll 


440 


23.2 


432 


23.2 


8 


21.6 


Howard 


746 


22.5 


572 


21.9 


174 


24.6 


Harford 


628 


21.0 


542 


20.7 


86 


23.6 


National Capital Area 


6,141 


24.6 


2,666 


22.8 


3,475 


26.2 


Montgomery 


2,812 


23.0 


1,822 


22.4 


990 


24.3 


Prince George's 


3,329 


26.1 


844 


23.8 


2,485 


27.0 


Southern Area 


937 


24.5 


738 


24.6 


199 


24.4 


Calvert 


207 


23.7 


174 


23.5 


33 


24.4 


Charles 


382 


23.3 


292 


24.0 


90 


21.3 


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348 


26.6 


272 


25.9 


76 


29.6 


Eastern Shore Area 


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20.8 


744 


21.0 


232 


20.2 


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21.7 


217 


21.5 


14 


26.4 


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29.4 


18 


31.6 


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18.3 


63 


17.6 


11 


23.4 


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13.5 


41 


13.5 


11 


13.4 


Talbot 


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12.1 


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13.4 


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8.4 


Dorchester 


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21.5 


23 


15.6 


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20.7 


154 


20.8 


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20.5 


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23.0 


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26.0 


21 


18.9 


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28.8 


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29.0 


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MOTHER, REGION, AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, MARYLAND, 1994. 





Birth 


by place of 




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mother 


•'s residence 




by place of birth 




Region and 






All 






All 


political 






other 






other 


subdivision 


Total 


White 


races 


Total 


White 


races 


Maryland 


73,937 


43,407 


30,530 


68,760 


43,828 


24,932 


Northwest Area 


5,369 


4,800 


569 


5,173 


4,831 


342 


Garrett 


376 


374 


2 


338 


337 


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Allegany 


814 


769 


45 


1,225 


1,199 


26 


Washington 


1,533 


1,368 


165 


1,606 


1,525 


81 


Frederick 


2,646 


2,289 


357 


2,004 


1,770 


234 


Baltimore Metro Area 


35,106 


21,381 


13,725 


34,418 


21,889 


12,529 


Baltimore City 


11,662 


3,012 


8,650 


16,560 


6,978 


9,582 


Baltimore County 


8,910 


6,518 


2,392 


10,460 


8,711 


1,749 


Anne Arundel 


6,329 


5,007 


1,322 


2,891 


2,444 


447 


Carroll 


1,899 


1,828 


71 


811 


792 


19 


Howard 


3,322 


2,493 


829 


3,043 


2,443 


600 


Harford 


2,984 


2,523 


461 


653 


521 


132 


National Capital Area 


24,948 


10,970 


13,978 


22,948 


12,539 


10,409 


Montgomery 


12,203 


7,593 


4,610 


16,055 


9,875 


6,180 


Prince George's 


12,745 


3,377 


9,368 


6,893 


2,664 


4,229 


Southern Area 


3,817 


2,851 


966 


2,307 


1,751 


556 


Calvert 


874 


715 


159 


728 


602 


126 


Charles 


1,637 


1,136 


501 


642 


431 


211 


Saint Mary's 


1,306 


1,000 


306 


937 


718 


219 


Eastern Shore Area 


4,697 


3,405 


1,292 


3,914 


2,818 


1,096 


CecU 


1,063 


980 


83 


553 


503 


50 


Kent 


227 


166 


61 


187 


130 


57 


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405 


353 


52 


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386 


295 


91 











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363 


254 


109 


857 


658 


199 


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352 


196 


156 


255 


130 


125 


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1,140 


703 


437 


2,054 


1,395 


659 


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261 


138 


123 


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TABLE 29. INFANT DEATHS AND INFANT MORTALITY RATES BY RACE, 
MARYLAND, SELECTED YEARS, 1940-1994. 





Number < 


of Infant Deaths 




Infant Mortality Rates * 










All 






All 








Other 






Other 


Year 


Total 


White 


Races 


Total 


White 


Races 


1940 


1,593 


1,062 


531 


49.2 


41.7 


76.6 


1950 


1,476 


965 


511 


26.4 


22.1 


41.2 


1960 


2,122 


1,341 


781 


27.4 


22.3 


44.9 


1970 


1,322 


841 


481 


19.1 


16.0 


28.9 


1980 


844 


462 


382 


14.1 


11.4 


19.7 


1984 


766 


427 


339 


11.7 


9.8 


15.7 


1985 


811 


410 


401 


11.9 


9.0 


17.8 


1986 


812 


434 


378 


11.7 


9.4 


16.1 


1987 


826 


409 


417 


11.4 


8.6 


16.6 


1988 


856 


415 


441 


11.2 


8.4 


16.3 


**1989 


811 


418 


393 


10.4 


8.3 


14.2 


**1990 


771 


337 


434 


9.6 


6.4 


15.8 


**1991 


720 


342 


378 


9.1 


6.7 


13.3 


**1992 


765 


331 


434 


9.8 


6.7 


15.5 


**1993 


736 


289 


447 


9.8 


6.1 


16.1 


**1994 


652 


272 


380 


8.8 


6.0 


13.4 


*Per 1,000 live births. 


** By race of mother. 








TABLE 30. NEONATAL DEATHS AND NEONATAL MORTALITY RATES BY RACE, 








MARYLAND, 


SELECTED YEARS, 


, 1940-1994. 








Number of Neonatal Deaths 




Neonatal Mortality Rates * 










All 






AU 








Other 






Other 


Year 


Total 


White 


Races 


Total 


White 


Races 


1940 


935 


654 


281 


28.9 


25.7 


40.5 


1950 


1,048 


726 


322 


18.7 


16.7 


26.0 


1960 


1,561 


1,043 


518 


20.1 


17.4 


29.8 


1970 


972 


638 


334 


14.0 


12.1 


20.1 


1980 


612 


333 


279 


10.2 


8.2 


14.4 


1984 


527 


294 


233 


8.1 


6.7 


10.8 


1985 


560 


274 


286 


8.2 


6.0 


12.7 


1986 


571 


295 


276 


8.2 


6.4 


11.7 


1987 


568 


274 


294 


7.8 


5.8 


11.7 


1988 


605 


286 


319 


7.9 


5.8 


11.8 


**1989 


510 


254 


256 


6.5 


5.0 


9.3 


**1990 


508 


215 


293 


6.3 


4.1 


10.6 


**1991 


475 


217 


258 


6.0 


4.3 


9.1 


**1992 


521 


231 


290 


6.7 


4.6 


10.4 


**1993 


508 


197 


311 


6.8 


4.2 


11.2 


**1994 


446 


187 


259 


6.0 


4.1 


9.1 


*Per 1,000 live births. 


** By race of mother. 









81 



TABLE 31. POSTNEONATAL DEATHS AND POSTNEONATAL MORALITY 
RATES BY RACE, MARYLAND, SELECTED YEARS, 1940 -1994. 





Postneonatal Deaths 




- 


Postneonatal Mortality Rates 


* 








All 






AU 








Other 








Other 


Year 


Total 


White 


Races 




Total 


White 


Races 


1940 


658 


408 


250 




20.3 


16.0 


36.1 


1950 


428 


239 


189 




7.7 


5.4 


15.2 


1960 


561 


298 


263 




7.2 


5.0 


15.1 


1970 


350 


203 


147 




5.0 


3.9 


8.8 


1980 


232 


129 


103 




3.9 


3.2 


5.3 


1984 


239 


133 


106 




3.7 


3.0 


4.9 


1985 


251 


136 


115 




3.7 


3.0 


5.1 


1986 


241 


139 


102 




3.5 


3.0 


4.3 


1987 


258 


135 


123 




3.6 


2.8 


4.9 


1988 


251 


129 


122 




3.3 


2.6 


4.5 


**1989 


301 


164 


137 




3.8 


3.2 


5.0 


**1990 


263 


122 


141 




3.3 


2.3 


5.1 


**1991 


245 


125 


120 




3.1 


2.5 


4.2 


**1992 


244 


100 


144 




3.1 


2.0 


5.1 


**1993 


228 


92 


136 




3.0 


2.0 


4.9 


**1994 


206 


85 


121 




2.8 


1.9 


4.3 


*Per 1,000 live births. 


** By race of mother. 










TABLE 32. FETAL DEATHS AND FETAL DEATH RATES BY RACE, 








MARYLAND, 


SELECTED YEARS, 


1940 -1994. 










Fetal Deaths 






Fetal Death Rates* 










AU 








Ail 








other 


Not 






other 


Year 


Total 


White 


races 


stated 


Total 


White 


races 


1940 


1,352 


860 


492 





40.1 


32.7 


66.3 


1950 


1,102 


728 


374 





19.3 


16.4 


29.3 


1960 


1,224 


811 


413 





15.2 


13.3 


23.2 


1970 


931 


628 


303 





13.2 


11.8 


17.9 


1980 


494 


274 


220 





8.2 


6.7 


11.2 


1984 


516 


305 


211 





7.8 


6.9 


9.7 


1985 


497 


255 


214 


28 


7.3 


5.6 


9.4 


1986 


622 


315 


277 


30 


8.9 


6.8 


11.6 


1987 


546 


281 


233 


32 


7.5 


5.9 


9.2 


1988 


453 


210 


203 


40 


5.9 


4.2 


7.5 


**1989 


456 


206 


213 


37 


5.8 


4.1 


7.7 


**1990 


566 


263 


272 


31 


7.0 


5.0 


9.8 


**1991 


674 


299 


321 


54 


8.4 


5.8 


11.2 


**1992 


672 


270 


358 


44 


8.6 


5.4 


12.6 


**1993 


615 


222 


340 


53 


8.1 


4.7 


12.1 


**1994 


632 


303 


296 


33 


8.5 


6.9 


9.6 


*Per 1,000 live births plus fetal deaths. 


** 


By race of mother. 







82 



TABLE 33. INFANT DEATHS AND INFANT MORTALITY RATES BY RACE, 
REGION AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, MARYLAND, 1994. 





NUMBER OF 






INFANT 






INFANT DEATHS 




MORTALITY RATES 


it 


Region and 




- 


All other races 






All other races 


political 




African 




African 


subdivision 


Total 


White 


Total 


American 


Total 


White 


Total 


American 


Maryland 


652 


272 


380 


361 


8.8 


6.0 


13.4 


15.2 


Northwest Area 


29 


28 


1 





5.4 


5.6 


2.6 


0.0 


Garrett 


2 


2 








5.3 


5.3 


0.0 


0.0 


Allegany 


3 


3 








3.7 


3.8 


0.0 


0.0 


Washington 


16 


16 








10.4 


11.1 


0.0 


0.0 


Frederick 


8 


7 


1 





3.0 


2.9 


3.8 


0.0 


Baltimore Metro Area 


316 


129 


187 


178 


9.0 


5.8 


14.6 


15.4 


Baltimore City 


159 


28 


131 


127 


13.6 


8.6 


15.6 


15.6 


Baltimore County 


70 


33 


37 


35 


7.9 


4.9 


17.2 


19.6 


Anne Arundel 


36 


25 


11 


8 


5.7 


4.8 


9.9 


9.0 


Canoll 


12 


12 








6.3 


6.4 


0.0 


0.0 


Howard 


14 


8 


6 


6 


4.2 


3.1 


8.5 


14.9 


Harford 


25 


23 


2 


2 


8.4 


8.8 


5.5 


7.0 


National Capital Area 


257 


83 


174 


165 


10.3 


7.1 


13.1 


16.2 


Montgomery 


88 


44 


44 


37 


7.2 


5.4 


10.8 


17.2 


Prince George's 


169 


39 


130 


128 


13.3 


11.0 


14.1 


15.9 


Southern Area 


19 


14 


5 


5 


5.0 


■ 4.7 


6.1 


7.1 


Calvert 


5 


5 








5.7 


6.8 


0.0 


0.0 


Charles 


6 


4 


2 


2 


3.7 


3.3 


4.7 


5.3 


Saint Mary's 


8 


5 


3 


3 


6.1 


4.8 


11.7 


14.4 


Eastern Shore Area 


31 


18 


13 


13 


6.6 


5.1 


11.3 


12.4 


Cecil 


6 


6 








5.6 


5.9 


0.0 


0.0 


Kent 














0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


Queen Anne's 














0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


Caroline 


1 


1 








2.6 


3.3 


0.0 


0.0 


Talbot 


1 





1 


1 


2.8 


0.0 


10.5 


11.8 


Dorchester 


3 


3 








8.5 


14.6 


0.0 


0.0 


Wicomico 


14 


5 


9 


9 


12.3 


6.8 


22.5 


24.5 


Somerset 














0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


Worcester 


6 


3 


3 


3 


12.0 


8.7 


19.4 


21.3 



*Infant mortality rates are per 1,000 live births by race of mother. 



83 



TABLE 34. NEONATAL DEATHS, NEONATAL MORTALITY RATES, AND PERINATAL 
MORTALITY RATES BY RACE, REGION AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, 

MARYLAND, 1994. 





Number of 




Neonatal mortality 


Perinatal death 






neonatal deatlts 


rates* 




rates** 




Region and 






All 






All 






All 


political 






other 






other 






other 


subdivision 


Total 


White 


races 


Total 


White 


races 


Total 


White 


races 


Maryland 


446 


187 


259 


6.0 


4.1 


9.1 


14.4 


9.0 


21.1 


Northwest Area 


19 


18 


1 


3.5 


3.6 


2.6 


11.5 


10.2 


283 


Garrett 


2 


2 





5.3 


5.3 


0.0 


16.0 


16.0 


0.0 


Allegany 


2 


2 





2.5 


2.5 


0.0 


4.9 


5.1 


0.0 


Washington 


9 


9 





5.9 


6.3 


0.0 


18.9 


17.4 


41.2 


Frederick 


6 


5 


1 


2.3 


2.1 


3.8 


8.7 


6.7 


26.3 


Baltimore Metro Area 


203 


85 


118 


5.8 


3.8 


9.2 


16.5 


9.5 


25.5 


Baltimore City 


98 


17 


81 


8.4 


5.2 


9.6 


25.5 


18.5 


26.4 


Baltimore County 


46 


23 


23 


5.2 


3.4 


10.7 


14.3 


8.6 


22.3 


Anne Arundel 


22 


15 


7 


3.5 


2.9 


6.3 


9.8 


6.5 


24.3 


Carroll 


7 


7 





3.7 


3.8 


0.0 


9.0 


7.5 


54.1 


Howard 


12 


7 


5 


3.6 


2.7 


7.1 


10.5 


5.0 


26.8 


Harford 


18 


16 


2 


6.0 


6.1 


5.5 


14.1 


12.6 


21.9 


National Capital Area 


189 


61 


128 


7.6 


5.2 


9.6 


13.4 


8.3 


173 


Montgomery 


68 


38 


30 


5.6 


4.7 


7.4 


11.4 


7.8 


17.7 


Prince George's 


121 


23 


98 


9.5 


6.5 


10.7 


15.4 


9.6 


17.1 


Southern Area 


12 


8 


4 


3.1 


2.7 


4.9 


8.4 


6.7 


13.5 


Calvert 


4 


4 





4.6 


5.4 


0.0 


11.4 


10.8 


7.4 


Charles 


4 


2 


2 


2.4 


1.6 


4.7 


6.7 


3.3 


16.6 


Saint Mary's 


4 


2 


2 


3.1 


1.9 


7.8 


8.4 


7.6 


11.7 


Eastern Shore Area 


23 


15 


8 


4.9 


4.2 


7.0 


11.1 


8.2 


19.2 


Cecil 


4 


4 





3.8 


4.0 


0.0 . 


8.5 


5.9 


56.6 


Kent 











0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


Queen Anne's 











0.0 


0.0 


0.0 


7.4 


5.6 


21.3 


Caroline 


1 


1 





2.6 


3.3 


0.0 


10.4 


3.3 


36.6 


Talbot 


1 





1 


2.8 


0.0 


10.5 


11.0 


11.2 


10.5 


Dorchester 


9 


3 


6 


25.6 


14.6 


40.8 


31.3 


19.5 


47.6 


Wicomico 


5 


5 





4.4 


6.8 


0.0 


12.3 


13.5 


10.0 


Somerset 


1 





1 


3.8 


0.0 


9.0 


7.7 


0.0 


18.0 


Worcester 


2 


2 





4.0 


5.8 


0.0 


10.0 


8.7 


6.5 



Infant mortality rates are per 1,000 hve births by race of mother. 

Perinatal death rates are per 1,000 total deliveries (live births plus fetal deaths). 



84 



TABLE 35. FETAL DEATHS AND FETAL DEATH RATES BY RACE, 
REGION AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION, MARYLAND, 1994. 





NUMBER OF FETAL DEATHS 


FETAL DEATH RATES* 


Region and 
















political 






All other 


Not 






All other 


subdivision 


Total 


White 


races 


stated 


Total** 


White 


races 


Maryland 


632 


303 


296 


33 


8.5 


6.9 


9.6 


Northwest Area 


47 


40 


6 


1 


8.7 


8.3 


10.4 


Garrett 


3 


3 








7.9 


8.0 


0.0 


Allegany 


11 


10 


1 





13.3 


12.8 


21.7 


Washington 


14 


10 


3 


1 


9.0 


7.3 


17.9 


Frederick 


19 


17 


2 





7.1 


7.4 


5.6 


Baltimore Metro Area 


361 


154 


184 


23 


10.2 


7.2 


13.2 


Baltimore City 


185 


38 


137 


10 


15.6 


12.5 


15.6 


Baltimore County 


58 


29 


20 


9 


6.5 


4.4 


8.3 


Anne Arundel 


42 


30 


12 





6.6 


6.0 


9.0 


Carroll 


16 


16 








8.4 


8.7 


0.0 


Howard 


32 


19 


9 


4 


9.5 


7.6 


10.7 


Harford 


28 


22 


6 





9.3 


8.6 


12.8 


National Capital Area 


161 


61 


85 


9 


6.4 


6.1 


6.0 


Montgomery 


84 


40 


39 


5 


6.8 


5.2 


8.4 


Prince George's 


77 


27 


46 


4 


6.0 


7.9 


4.9 


Southern Area 


26 


17 


9 





6.8 


5.9 


9.2 


Calvert 


5 


4 


1 





5.7 


5.6 


6.3 


Charles 


11 


8 


3 





6.7 


7.0 


6.0 


Saint Mary's 


10 


5 


5 





7.6 


5.0 


16.1 


Eastern Shore Area 


37 


25 


12 





7.8 


7.3 


9.2 


Cecil 


4 


4 








3.7 


4.1 


0.0 


Kent 


1 


1 








4.4 


6.0 


0.0 


Queen Aime's 


7 


7 








17.0 


19.4 


0.0 


Caroline 


2 


2 








5.2 


6.7 


0.0 


Talbot 


3 


1 


2 





8.2 


3.9 


18.0 


Dorchester 


4 





4 





11.2 


0.0 


25.0 


Wicomico 


8 


5 


3 





7.0 


7.1 


6.8 


Somerset 


4 


3 


1 





15.1 


21.3 


8.1 


Worcester 


4 


2 


2 





7.9 


6.2 


11.0 



*Fetal death rates are per 1 ,000 total deliveries (live births plus fetal deaths). 
**Includes fetal deaths of unknown race. 



85 



TABLE 36. DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY RACE, MARYLAND, 
SELECTED YEARS, 1940-1994. 





Number of deaths 




Death rates* 










AU 






AU 








other 






other 


Year 


Total 


White 


races 


Total 


White 


races 


1940 


21,883 


16,943 


4,940 


11.9 


11.1 


16.2 


1950 


22,450 


17,811 


4,639 


9.0 


8.7 


10.5 


1960 


27,992 


22,447 


5,545 


9.0 


8.7 


10.5 


1970 


32,790 


26,290 


6,500 


8.3 


8.2 


8.8 


1980 


34,025 


26,828 


7,197 


8.1 


8.5 


6.8 


1984 


35,331 


27,668 


7,663 


8.1 


8.5 


7.0 


1985 


36,607 


28,493 


8,114 


8.3 


8.7 


7.2 


1986 


37,321 


28.806 


8,515 


8.4 


8.7 


7.4 


1987 


38,011 


29,140 


8,871 


8.4 


8.7 


7.4 


1988 


38,637 


29,397 


9,240 


8.4 


8.7 


7.5 


1989 


38,310 


28,825 


9,485 


8.1 


8.4 


7.1 


1990 


38,384 


28,897 


9,487 


8.0 


8.4 


7.0 


1991 


38,362 


28,516 


9,846 


7.9 


8.3 


6.7 


1992 


38,833 


28,735 


10,098 


7.9 


8.2 


7.1 


1993 


40,332 


29,519 


10,813 


8.1 


8.4 


7.4 


1994 


40,939 


29,839 


11,100 


8.2 


8.5 


7.4 



*Per 1,000 population. 



89 



TABLE 37. DEATH RATES PER 100,000 POPULATION FOR 

ALL CAUSES OF DEATH BY RACE, SEX, AND AGE, 
MARYLAND, SELECTED YEARS, 1940-1994. 



Race. Sex. & Age 


1940 


1950 


1960 


1970 


1980 


1990 


1992 


1993 


1994 


TOTAL 




















All Ages, Age Adjusted* 


1,229.3 


920.1 


836.6 


753.5 


610.4 


542.1 


521.9 


533.4 


530.6 


All Ages, Crude 


1,213.8 


956.8 


902.0 


837.0 


806.9 


800.4 


789.7 


813.5 


817.8 


Under 1 Year 


6,000.5 


3,008.9 


2.860.0 


1.997.7 


1.436.8 


988.1 


936.3 


973.9 


885.6 


1-4 Years 


257.0 


117.4 


104.5 


76.1 


50.1 


42.8 


45.9 


43.4 


36.0 


5-14 Years 


103.6 


56.6 


47.0 


42.5 


24.9 


20.3 


23.5 


22.9 


22.5 


15-24 Years 


258.8 


118.7 


91.2 


116.0 


108.1 


106.2 


95.6 


106.3 


98.8 


25-34 Years 


357.7 


198.7 


155.3 


145.3 


132.9 


139.4 


151.7 


165.8 


172.3 


35-44 Years 


602.6 


400.7 


332.8 


333.8 


208.5 


219.0 


241.9 


248.0 


263.2 


45-54 Years 


1,285.0 


975.7 


840.5 


779.3 


593.5 


463.6 


445.0 


471.8 


474.6 


55-64 Years 


2,686.1 


2,252.0 


2,035.5 


1,809.0 


1.445.7 


1.286.4 


1,160.7 


1,185.4 


1,177.6 


65-74 Years 


5.463.2 


4,586.3 


4,309.8 


3.925.1 


3.262.0 


2.799.9 


2.802.9 


2,782.4 


2.682.0 


75-84 Years 


12.356.0 


9,976.8 


9.456.2 


8.491.0 


7.067.0 


6.419.6 


6,051.8 


6.086.4 


6,189.0 


85 Years & 0\'er 


24,783.2 


20,437.2 


19,878.6 


16,430.1 


16.023.3 


15.795.4 


13,753.7 


14.507.5 


14,765.2 


WHITE MALES 




















All Ages, Age Adjusted* 


1,279.8 


1,022.2 


978.7 


927.4 


752.7 


627.1 


582.6 


587.9 


582.1 


All Ages, Crude 


1,233.9 


1,061.1 


978.2 


935.4 


913.3 


855.5 


834.5 


854.4 


847.6 


Under 1 Year 


5,607.0 


2,750.5 


2,581.7 


1,945.1 


1.233.3 


646.8 


726.6 


660.0 


627.8 


1-4 Years 


210.7 


98.5 


89.5 


70.1 


46.6 


49.8 


43.0 


38.7 


27.2 


5-14 Years 


100.2 


61.2 


50.5 


45.0 


26.0 


20.6 


23.6 


23.2 


23.7 


15-24 Years 


207.0 


111.4 


116.9 


145.9 


151.7 


117.2 


82.2 


92.9 


97.0 


25-34 Years 


277.1 


169.4 


145.7 


146.0 


159.6 


147.7 


144.5 


154.0 


151.3 


35-44 Years 


564.1 


405.3 


336.2 


337.9 


197.6 


210.3 


229.9 


214.6 


232.5 


45-54 Years 


1^96.3 


1,073.8 


964.9 


883.2 


662.4 


488.0 


444.7 


466.9 


474.6 


55-64 Years 


3,028.0 


2,597.6 


2,524.4 


2.353.8 


1.775.9 


1.476.9 


1.292.7 


1.289.1 


1,300.3 


65-74 Years 


6,071.1 


5,429.3 


5,408.2 


5,271.0 


4.303.1 


3.427.8 


3.346.3 


3.319.8 


3,178.2 


75-84 Years 


13,628.2 


11,346.8 


11,232.7 


10.894.7 


9.430.5 


8,153.6 


7.493.0 


7,611.3 


7,553.8 


85 Years & Over 


26.940.4 


23,359.5 


21,807.1 


18,536.0 


19.218.1 


19.057.4 


16.749.4 


17,540.7 


17,053.1 


MALES OF ALL OTHER RACES 


















All Ages, Age Adjusted* 


2,029.4 


1,509.4 


1,358.6 


1.301.7 


1.007.3 


941.1 


929.7 


981.6 


959.6 


All Ages, Crude 


1,784.2 


1,339.9 


1,216.1 


1,088.0 


823.6 


828.1 


843.0 


887.1 


880.6 


Under 1 Year 


11,802.8 


5,596.9 


5,424.0 


3,373.0 


2.113.8 


1,813.3 


1,720.7 


1,723.9 


1,630.8 


1-4 Years 


537.6 


236.4 


218.7 


141.4 


76.0 


54.6 


71.6 


61.6 


65.1 


5-14 Years 


172.3 


83.9 


51.9 


75.5 


40.8 


40.6 


36.9 


33.0 


33.7 


15-24 Years 


727.2 


303.0 


210.7 


291.4 


187.2 


252.2 


285.2 


292.0 


256.3 


25-34 Years 


1,047.9 


543.3 


352.5 


438.0 


308.9 


366.9 


410.3 


482.1 


473.3 


35-44 Years 


1,522.6 


881.1 


778.9 


864.2 


472.6 


561.2 


606.4 


712.5 


737.5 


45-54 Years 


2.655.0 


2,008.1 


1,809.9 


1,794.1 


1.110.2 


968.2 


941.4 


1,051.7 


1,095.8 


55-64 Years 


4,636.2 


4,129.2 


3,642.8 


3,344.5 


2.677.1 


2.242.1 


1.988.5 


2,144.1 


2,102.5 


65-74 Years 


6,841.3 


6,704.6 


6.477.8 


6.028.5 


5.172.9 


4.644.6 


4.640.4 


4.558.0 


4,187.3 


75-84 Years 


11,563.7 


10,865.6 


10,481.9 


10.162.9 


9.749.3 


9.099.1 


8.735.5 


8.931.1 


8,872.8 


85 Years & Over 


19,434.6 


17,098.4 


17,246.8 


12,987.0 


17.403.7 


15.505.0 


15,593.2 


15,826.4 


16,053.6 



90 



TABLE 37(continued). DEATH RATES PER 100,000 POPULATION FOR 
ALL CAUSES OF DEATH BY RACE, SEX, AND AGE, 



Race. Sex. & Age 


1940 


1950 


1960 


1970 


1980 


1990 


1992 


1993 


1994 


WHITE FEMALES 




















All Ages, Age Adjusted* 


934.0 


680.7 


599.2 


513.7 


430.9 


377.9 


362.1 


363.8 


360.3 


All Ages, Crude 


1,018.8 


806.0 


766.5 


717.6 


788.5 


826.8 


812.8 


834.5 


851.3 


Under 1 Year 


4,195.9 


2,153.7 


1,990.0 


1,322.9 


1,075.0 


632.4 


598.9 


533.2 


552.0 


1-4 Years 


202.2 


95.1 


78.7 


52.2 


41.0 


26.3 


29.2 


22.2 


24.2 


5-14 Years 


57.6 


42.4 


41.0 


31.5 


17.2 


12.8 


16.3 


17.8 


13.8 


15-24 Years 


132.4 


69.5 


40.4 


52.9 


54.0 


46.7 


34.6 


46.7 


36.5 


25-34 Years 


202.9 


116.5 


97.8 


71.1 


57.5 


49.8 


51.1 


51.8 


53.9 


35-44 Years 


333.0 


227.0 


203.9 


187.3 


133.7 


103.0 


104.4 


98.1 


99.0 


45-54 Years 


799.4 


560.4 


476.4 


477.4 


389.4 


271.4 


266.9 


280.4 


263.5 


55-64 Years 


1,891.0 


1,489.7 


1,200.3 


1,043.9 


948.0 


883.2 


796.4 


815.8 


776.6 


65-74 Years 


4,654.3 


3,593.6 


3,130.6 


2,646.9 


2,237.5 


2,019.1 


2,086.9 


2,040.0 


1,976.3 


75-84 Years 


11,678.1 


9,058.4 


8,441.3 


7,111.2 


5,677.6 


5,273.9 


5,015.3 


4,932.4 


5,175.6 


85 Years & Over 


25,163.3 


19,766.4 


19,791.0 


16,661.4 


15,342.1 


14,959.4 


12,981.1 


13,695.8 


14,493.1 


FEMALES OF ALL OTHER RACES 
















All Ages, Age Adjusted* 


1,771.6 


1,191.8 


981.4 


796.2 


570.6 


520.8 


508.3 


526.0 


531.3 


All Ages, Crude 


1,514.7 


1,039.5 


892.8 


711.5 


550.2 


581.4 


585.3 


608.0 


620.0 


Under 1 Year 


9,684.3 


4,870.9 


4,600.2 


3,125.0 


1,952.3 


1,604.8 


1,403.3 


1,538.5 


1,128.3 


1-4 Years 


395.8 


189.1 


148.3 


113.2 


50.8 


49.6 


59.9 


76.8 


46.7 


5-14 Years 


195.8 


69.3 


51.5 


38.0 


23.5 


13.4 


22.6 


20.9 


24.3 


15-24 Years 


665.7 


192.1 


86.0 


89.5 


57.0 


57.2 


53.6 


57.7 


57.9 


25-34 Years 


810.6 


432.3 


286.9 


199.6 


108.7 


114.8 


143.7 


146.3 


191.2 


35-44 Years 


1,119.2 


754.2 


597.9 


488.6 


221.9 


225.6 


272.0 


260.4 


286.2 


45-54 Years 


2,593.0 


1,583.9 


1,196.8 


983.4 


625.3 


475.5 


487.5 


494.7 


492.5 


55-64 Years 


4,143.2 


3,383.4 


2,710.4 


1,913.1 


1,370.7 


1,235.6 


1,200.7 


1,229.4 


1,275.4 


65-74 Years 


6,095.2 


4,956.6 


4,550.1 


3,977.3 


3,080.9 


2,799.9 


2,652.3 


2,750.8 


2,819.4 


75-84 Years 


10,037.0 


8,329.7 


7,480.7 


7,398.3 


6,279.3 


5,757.0 


5,411.6 


5,668.2 


5,560.3 


85 Years & Over 


17,632.2 


14,653.5 


13,945.2 


10,029.2 


11,875.0 


14,384.4 


11,622.1 


12,691.1 


11,678.5 



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TABLE 39. DEATHS AND DEATH RATES BY RACE, REGION 
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NUMBER OF DEATHS 






DEATH RATES * 


Region and 




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All other races 










All 


political 




African American 




other 


subdivision 


Total 


White 


Total American Indian 




Asian 


Total 


White 


races 


Maryland 


40,939 


29,839 


11,100 


10,508 


36 


519 


817.8 


849.5 


743.1 


Northwest Area 


3,613 


3,484 


129 


119 


1 


7 


900.8 


924.4 


532.6 


Garrett 


300 


299 


1 


1 








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1023.6 


625.0 


Allegany 


1,008 


989 


19 


18 





1 


1364.6 


1379.9 


863.6 


Washington 


1,190 


1,159 


31 


29 


1 


1 


940.0 


989.7 


326.7 


Frederick 


1,115 


1,037 


78 


71 





5 


651.0 


652.6 


630.6 


Baltimore Metro Area 22,503 


15,534 


6,969 


6,700 


20 


242 


928.9 


903.3 


991.7 


Baltimore City 


9,654 


4,052 


5,602 


5,453 


13 


134 


1373.1 


1582.8 


1253.1 


Baltimore County 


6,623 


5,957 


666 


621 





44 


930.5 


1011.6 


541.8 


Anne Arundel 


3,096 


2,654 


442 


403 


5 


31 


678.7 


684.0 


648.3 


CarroU 


1,051 


1,023 


28 


23 


1 


4 


770.3 


775.4 


620.8 


Howard 


863 


737 


126 


100 


1 


24 


405.2 


421.2 


331.7 


Harford 


1,216 


1,111 


105 


100 





5 


602.0 


617.5 


476.0 


National Capital Area 


9,575 


6,598 


2,977 


2,690 


14 


247 


611.1 


721.0 


456.9 


Montgomery 


4,773 


4,074 


699 


519 


5 


158 


594.6 


665.0 


367.7 


Prince George's 


4,802 


2,524 


2,278 


2,171 


9 


89 


628.5 


834.3 


493.6 


Southern Area 


1,541 


1,229 


312 


302 


1 


8 


612.0 


597.6 


675.9 


Calvert 


396 


319 


77 


75 





1 


636.9 


610.8 


773.9 


Charles 


623 


474 


149 


143 


1 


5 


570.0 


553.0 


631.6 


Saint Maiy's 


522 


436 


86 


84 





2 


649.9 


644.0 


681.5 


Eastern Shore Area 


3,707 


2,994 


713 


697 





15 


1017.9 


1014.5 


1032.4 


Cecil 


588 


562 


26 


24 





2 


763.2 


771.8 


616.1 


Kent 


239 


184 


55 


55 








1278.8 


1228.3 


1482.5 


Queen Anne's 


298 


250 


48 


48 





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826.2 


782.5 


1165.0 


Caroline 


310 


263 


47 


47 








1079.4 


1112.5 


925.2 


Talbot 


355 


280 


75 


75 








1109.0 


1072.4 


1271.2 


Dorchester 


407 


302 


105 


104 





1 


1337.9 


1412.5 


1161.5 


Wicomico 


804 


617 


187 


180 





6 


1024.6 


1041.9 


971.4 


Somerset 


264 


175 


89 


85 





4 


1112.5 


1218.7 


949.8 


Worcester 


442 


361 


81 


79 





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1132.8 


1177.8 


967.7 



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TABLE 43A. THE EIGHT* LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH BY AGE, MARYLAND, 1994. 





Under 1 year 






Rank 








All Causes 


652 


100.0 


1. 


Perinatal Conditions (760-779) 


350 


53.7 


2. 


Congenital AnomoUes (740-759) 


115 


17.6 


3. 


Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (7980) 


67 


10.3 


4. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


19 


2.9 


4. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


19 


2.9 




1-4 years 






Rank 








All Causes 


113 


100.0 


1. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


31 


27.4 


2. 


Mahgnant Neoplasms (140-208) 


13 


11.5 




5-14 vears 






Rank 




Number Percent 




All Causes 


156 


100.0 


1. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


59 


37.8 


2. 


Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


18 


11.5 


3. 


Homicide (960-978) 


14 


9.0 




15-24 years 






Rank 




Number Percent 




All Causes 


656 


100.0 


1. 


Homicide (960-978) 


237 


36.1 


2. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


179 


27.3 


3. 


Suicide (950-959) 


73 


11.1 


4. 


Mahgnant Neoplasms (140-208) 


25 


3.8 


5. 


Human hnmimodeficiency Virus (042-044) 


23 


3.5 


6. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


18 


2.7 




25-44 years 






Rank 




Number Percent 




All Causes 


3,722 


100.0 




Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 


896 


24.1 




Mahgnant Neoplasms (140-208) 


424 


11.4 




Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


390 


10.5 




Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


359 


9.6 




Homicide (960-978) 


296 


8.0 


6. 


Suicide (950-959) 


235 


6.3 


7. 


Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 


85 


2.3 


8. 


Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 


75 


2.0 




45-64 years 






Rank 




Number Percent 




All Causes 


7,454 


100.0 


1. 


Mahgnant Neoplasms (140-208) 


2,723 


36.5 


2. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


1,983 


26.6 


3. 


Diabetes MeUitus (250) 


306 


4.1 


4. 


Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 


280 


3.8 


5. 


Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 


266 


3.6 


6. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


224 


3.0 


7. 


Chronic Obstructive Puhnonary Diseases (490-49 


197 


2.6 


8. 


Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 


171 


2.3 




65 years and over 






Rank 




Number Percent 




All Causes 


28,142 


100.0 




Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


9,555 


34.0 




Mahgnant Neoplasms (140-208) 


6,850 


24.3 




Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 


2,140 


7.6 




Chronic Obstructive Puhnonary Diseases (490-49 


1,436 


5.1 




Pneumonia and hifiuen/a (480-487) 


1,022 


3.6 


6. 


Diabetes Mellitus (250) 


956 


3.4 


7. 


Septicemia (038) 


485 


1.7 


8. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


466 


1.7 



^Leading causes are shown only if there were ten or more deaths in a given age group. 

98 



TABLE 43a THE EIGHT* LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH BY RACE AND AGE, MARYLAND, 1994. 





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A., other ^.ce^u^erl year 






Bank 


Nmwb^r 


Eeccent 


Bank 


Number 


Percent 






272 


100.0 




All Causes 


380 


100.0 


1. 


Perinatal Conditions (760-779) 


120 


44.1 


1. 


Perinatal Conditions (760-779) 


230 


60.S 


2. 


Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 


78 


28.7 


2. 


Congenital AnomoUes (740-759) 


37 


9.7 


3. 


Suddra Infant Death Syndrome (7980) 


31 


11.4 


3. 


Sudden Infant Death Syiidrome (7980) 


36 


9.5 


4. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


10 


3.7 


4. 


Accidaits and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


12 


3.2 


5. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


7 


2.6 


5. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


9 


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6. 


Homicide (960-978) 


5 


1.3 










6. 


Nephritis. Nephrouc Svnd. & Nephrosis (580-589) 


5 


1.3 




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Bank 


Number 


Percent 




All Causes 


53 


100.0 




All Causes 


60 


100.0 


1. 


Accidents and Adverse EflFccU (800-949) 


13 


24.5 


1. 


AccidenU and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


18 


30.0 


2. 


Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


10 


18.9 


2. 


Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 


8 


13.3 










3. 


Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 


6 


10.0 




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All other races. 5-14 years 






Eank 




Percent 


Bank 


Number 


Percent 




AlLCausfi 


84 


100.0 






72 


100.0 


1. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


33 


39.3 


1. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


26 


36.1 


2. 


Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


15 


17.9 


2. 


Homicide (960-978) 


12 


16.7 


3. 


Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 


5 


6.0 












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Bank 


iiiimiaa: 


Percent 


Bank 


Number 


Percent 




All Causes 


289 


100.0 




.MlCaustt 


367 


100.0 


1. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


126 


43.6 


1. 


Homicide (960-978) 


214 


58.3 


2. 


Suicide (950-959) 


49 


17.0 


Z 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


53 


14.4 


3. 


Homicide (960-978) 


23 


8.0 


3. 


Suicide (950-959) 


24 


6.5 


4. 


Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


16 


5.5 


4. 


Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 


18 


4.9 


5. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


10 


3.5 


5. 


Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


9 


2.5 


6. 


Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 


5 


1.7 


6. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 40Z 404-t29) 


8 


2.2 




White, 2M4ycai3 














Bank 


.Nmnber 


Percent 


Bank 


Number 






All Causes 


1.594 


100.0 




All Cause 


2,128 


100.0 


1. 


Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


246 


15.4 


1. 


Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 


712 


33.5 


2 


Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


235 


14.7 


2. 


Homicide (960-978) 


229 


10.8 


3. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


196 


12.3 




Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


194 


9.1 


4. 


Human Immunodeficiency Vims (042-044) 


184 


11.5 




Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


189 


8.9 


5. 


Suicide (950-959) 


174 


10.9 




Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 


113 


5.3 


6. 


Homicide (960-978) 


67 


4.2 




Suicide (950-959) 


61 


29 


7. 


Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571 ) 


38 


2.4 




Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 


50 


23 


8. 


Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 


35 


2.2 




Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 


37 


1.7 




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Bask 


asmbst 


Percent 


Bani 




Number 


Percent 




All Causes 


4.720 


100.0 




All Cause 


2.734 


100.0 


1. 


Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


1.867 


39.6 


1. 


Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


856 


31.3 


2. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-»29) 


1.298 


27.5 


z 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


685 


25.1 


3. 


Diabetes MeUitus (250) 


173 


3.7 


3. 


Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 


191 


7.0 


4. 


Cerebrovascular Disease (430^38) 


154 


3.3 


4. 


Diabetes Mellitus (250) 


133 


4.9 


5. 


Accidents and Adverse EffeoU (800-949) 


150 


3.2 


5. 


Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 


126 


4.6 


6. 


Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (490-»96) 


148 


3.1 


6. 


AccidenU and Adverse EfifecU (800-949) 


74 


27 


7. 


Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 


99 


2.1 


7. 


Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 


72 


26 


8. 


Suicide (950-959) 


82 


1.7 


8. 


Chronic Obstructive Pulmonarv Diseases (490-496) 


49 


1.8 












All other races. 65 years and over 






Bank 


liumlzsc 


Percent 


Bank 




SumbcE 


P?IT«lt 






22,813 


100.0 




All Causes 


5,329 


100.0 




Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404^29) 


7,864 


34.5 


1. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 


1,691 


31.7 




MaUgnant Neoplasms (140-208) 


5,446 


23.9 


2. 


Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 


1,404 


263 




Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 


1,716 


7.5 


3. 


Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 


424 


8.0 




Chronic ObstnjcUve Puhnonary Diseases (490-496) 


1,277 


5.6 


4. 


Diabetes Mellitus (250) 


271 


5.1 




Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 


861 


3.8 


5. 


Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 


161 


3.0 


6. 


Diabetes MeUitus (250) 


685 


3.0 


6. 


Chronic ObstrucUve Puhnonary Diseases (490-496) 


159 


3.0 




Accidents and Adverse EfifecU (800-949) 


375 


1.6 


7. 


Septicemia (038) 


135 


25 




Septicemia (038) 


350 


1.5 


8. 


Nephritis, Nephrotic Synd. & NejArosis (580-589) 


105 


20 



'Leading causes are shown only if there were five or more deaths in a given age groi^. 



99 



TABLE 43C (continued). THE EIGHT* LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH BY SEX AND AGE. MARYLAND. 1994. 



Mak. 



Rank 



Number 

372 



All Causes 



L Perinatal Conditions (760-779) 

2. Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 

3. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (7980) 

4. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

5. Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

6. Homicide (960-978) 



Male. 1-4 ytan 



All Causes 



1 . AccidenU and Adverse EfiecU (800-949) 

2. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 



193 
66 
40 

13 
9 
5 



51.9 
17.7 
10.8 

3.5 
2.4 
1.3 



1 . Perinatal Conditions (760-779) 

2. Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 

3. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (7980) 

4. AccidenU and Adverse Effects (800-949) 



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Number Percent 

63 100.0 



36.5 
14.3 



All Causes 

1 . Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

2. Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 

3. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 



157 


56.1 


49 


17.5 


27 


9.6 


10 


3.6 


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50 


100.0 


8 


16.0 


7 


14.0 


5 


10.0 



Malg, S-14 years 



All Causes 



Number Percent 

96 100.0 



Female, $-14 years 



1 . Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

2. Malignant Neoplasms ( 1 40-208) 

3. Homicide (960-978) 



34 35.4 

8 8.3 

10 10.4 



1 . Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

2. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 



41.7 
16.7 



Male. 15-24 years 



All Causes 



Female, 15-24 years 



AJl Cause? 



Number Percent 

145 100.0 



1. Homicide (960-978) 

2. Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

3. Suicide (950-959) 

4. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

5. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

6. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 



208 


40.7 


134 


26.2 


63 


12.3 


19 


3.7 


15 


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11 


2.2 


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Percent 


2,594 


100.0 


706 


27.2 


271 


10.4 


234 


9.0 


276 


10.6 


192 


7.4 


183 


7.1 


53 


2.0 


38 


1.5 



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2. Homicide (960-978) 

3. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 

4. Suicide (950-959) 

5. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 



31.0 
20.0 
8.3 
6.9 
4.1 



Male. 25-44 years 



Female. 25-44 year? 



All Causes 



All Causes 



1 . Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 

2. AccidenU and Adverse EffecU (800-949) 

3. Homicide (960-978) 

4. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

5. Suicide (950-959) 

6. Malignant Neoplasms ( 1 40-208) 

7. Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 

8. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 



1. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

2. H«mian Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 

3. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

4. AccidenU and Adverse EffecU (800-949) 

5. Homicide (960-978) 

6. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

7. Suicide (950-959) 

8. Diabetes MeUitus (250) 

8. Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 



Number Percent 

1,128 100.0 



241 
190 
114 
88 
62 
47 
43 
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5.5 
4.2 
3.8 
2.0 
2.0 



Male. 45-64 years 



All Causes 



All Causes 



2,825 



1 . Malignant Neoplasms ( 1 40-208) 

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3. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 

4. Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

5. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

6. AccidenU and Adverse EffecU (800-949) 

7. Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 

8. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (490-496) 



1,476 


31.9 


1,406 


30.4 


225 


4.9 


174 


3.8 


160 


3.5 


154 


3.3 


113 


2.4 


84 


1.8 



1. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 



! of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 
Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 
Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (490-496) 
AccidenU and Adverse EffecU (800-949) 
Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 



1,247 


44.1 


577 


20.4 


120 


4.2 


132 


4.7 


113 


4.0 


70 


2.5 


58 


2.1 


41 


1.5 


Siimbci: 


Eaxsai 


15,636 


100.0 


5,347 


34.2 


3,342 


21.4 


1,383 


8.8 


763 


4.9 


586 


3.7 


583 


3.7 


298 


1.9 


250 


1.6 



Male. 65 years and over 



1. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402. 404-429) 

2. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

3. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

4. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (490-496) 

5. Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 

6. Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

7. AccidenU and Adverse EffecU (800-949) 

8. Septicemia (038) 



Female. 65 years and over 



All Causes 



4,208 


33.6 


3,508 


28.1 


757 


6.1 


673 


5.4 


436 


3.5 


373 


3.0 


216 


1.7 


187 


1.5 



Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (490-496) 

Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 

Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

Septicemia (038) 

AccidenU and Adverse EffecU (800-949) 



'Leading causes are shown only if there were five or more deaths in a given age group. 



100 



TABLE 43D (continued). THE EIGHT* LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH AMONG MALES BY RACE AND AGE, MARYLAND, 1994. 



WhHe male, under 1 Year 



All Causes 



1. PerinaUl Conditions (760-779) 

2. Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 

3. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (7980) 

4. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 



All other races, male, under 1 year 



152 



cent 

100.0 



Rank 



All Causes 



61 40.1 

48 31.6 

20 13.2 

7 4.6 



1. Perinatal Conditions (760-779) 

2. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (7980) 

3. Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 

4. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 
4. Accidento and Adverse Effects (800-949) 



220 



100.0 



132 60.0 

20 9.1 

18 8.2 

6 2.7 

6 2.7 



White male, 1-4 years 



Bank 



All Causes 



1 . Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

2. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 



35.7 
25.0 



All other races, male. 1-4 years 



1 . Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 



Number Percent 

35 100.0 



White male^ S-14 years 



All other races, male, $-114 year? 



Number Percent 

42 100.0 



1 . AccidenU and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

2. Malignant Neoplasms ( 1 40-208) 



35.2 
14.8 



1 . Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

2. Homicide (960-978) 



35.7 
21.4 



W hite mal t. l S-?4y^r? 



All Causes 



mber Percent 

212 100.0 



All other races, male. 15-24 years 



Rank 



All Causes 



Number Percent 

299 100.0 



1 . AccidenU and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

2. Suicide (950-959) 

3. Homicide (960-978) 

4. Malignant Neoplasms ( 1 40-208) 

5. Diseases ofthe Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 



96 45.3 1. Homicide (960-978) 

42 19.8 2. Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

16 7.5 3. Suicide (950-959) 

12 5.7 4. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 
8 3.8 5. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 
5. Diseases ofthe Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 



192 
38 

21 
9 

7 
7 



64.2 
12.7 
7.0 
3.0 

2.3 
2.3 



White male, 25-44 years 



Number Percent 

1,141 100.0 



Rank 



All other races, male. 25-44 years 



All Causes 



Number 

1,453 



100.0 



1 . Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

2. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 

3. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

4. Suicide (950-959) 

5. Malignant Neoplasms ( 1 40-208) 

6. Homicide (960-978) 

7. ChronicLiver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 

8. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 



186 16.3 1. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 535 36.8 
171 15.0 2. Homicide (960-978) 185 12.7 
146 12.8 3. Diseases ofthe Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 130 8.9 
143 12.5 4. Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 85 5.8 
108 9.5 5. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 75 5.2 
49 4.3 6. Suicide (950-959) 49 3.4 
29 2.5 7. Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 24 1.7 
22 1.9 8. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 16 1.1 
8. Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 16 1.1 



All Causes 



2,942 100.0 



All other rac«. i 



1 4S-fr4 yeatr? 



All Causes 



Number 

1.687 



1. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 996 33.9 1. 

2. Diseases ofthe Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 961 32.7 2. 

3. Diabetes Mellitus (250) 110 3.7 3. 

4. AccidenU and Adverse Effects (800-949) 97 3.3 4. 

5. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 88 3.0 5. 

6. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 68 2.3 6. 

7. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (490-496) 67 2.3 7. 
7. Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571 ) 67 2.3 8^ 



Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

Diseases ofthe Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 

Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

AccidenU and Adverse EffecU (800-949) 

Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 

Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 



445 
157 
72 
64 
57 
46 
28 



28.5 
26.4 
9.3 
4.3 
3.8 
3.4 
2.7 
1.7 



Whii£j 



Bank 



. 65 ynn m4 ever 



All Causes 



Number Percent 

10,048 100.0 



All othtr rate?, malt. 65 years and over 



1. Diseases ofthe Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 3,459 34.4 1. 

2. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 2,735 27.2 2. 

3. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (490-496) 583 5.8 3. 

4. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 582 5.8 

5. Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 364 3.6 5. 

6. Diabetes Mellitus (250) 277 2.8 6. 

7. AccidenU and Adverse EffecU (800-949) 173 1.7 7. 

8. Septicemia (038) 126 1.3 8^ 



Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 
Diseases ofthe Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 
Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 
4. Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

Chronic Obstructive Puhnonary Diseases (490-496) 

Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 

Septicemia (038) 

AccidenU and Adverse EffecU (800-949) 



773 


31.4 


749 


30.5 


175 


7.1 


96 


3.9 


90 


3.7 


72 


2.9 


61 


2.5 


43 


1.7 



'Leading causes are shown only if there were five or more deaths in a given age group. 



101 



TABLE 43E (continued). THE EIGHT* LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH AMONG FEMALES BY RACE AND AGE, MARYLAND, 1994, 



Bank 

All Causes 

1 . Perinatol Conditions (760-779) 

2. Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 

3. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (7980) 


Number 

120 

59 
30 
11 


Percent 

100.0 

49.2 
25.0 
9.2 


Bank 

All Causes 

1 . Perinatal Conditions (760-779) 

2. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (7980) 

3. Congenital Anomolies (740-759) 
AccidenU and Adverse EfiFecU (800-949) 


C 
Number 

160 

98 
16 
19 
6 

Number 

25 

5 


Percent 

100.0 

61.3 
10.0 
11.9 
3.8 




White female. 1-4 years 

i 
All Causes 

No single cause contributed 5 or more deaths. 


Number 

25 


Percent 

100.0 


Ran! 

1. 


All other races, female. 1-4 vears 




Banl 


All Causes 
AccidenU and Adverse EfiFecU (800-949) 


Percent 

100.0 

20.0 


White female, M4 years 

Bank 

All Causes 

1 . Accidents and Adverse Effects (800-949) 

2. Malignant Neoplasms (1 40-208) 


Kumbst 

30 

14 

7 


Percent 

100.0 

46.7 

23.3 


Bank 

All Causes 

1 . AccidenU and Adverse EfiFecU (800-949) 


Nwrnbgr 

30 
11 


Percent 

100.0 

36.7 




White femali. 1<v.24 vean 


K]imb£E 

77 

30 

7 
7 


Percent 

100.0 

39.0 
9.1 
9.1 


Banl 

1. 

2. 
3. 


All other races, female. lS-24 vears 


68 

22 
15 
9 




Bank 

All Causes 

1. AccidenU and Adverse EfiFects (800-949) 

2. Suicide (950-959) 

3. Homicide (960-978) 


All Causes 

Homicide (960-978) 

AccidenU and Adverse EfiFecU (800-949) 

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 


Esissai 

100.0 

3Z4 
22.1 
13.2 


Bank 

All Causes 

1. Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

2. Accidents and Adverse EfiFects (800-949) 

3. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

4. Suicide (950-959) 

5. Homicide (960-978) 

6. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 

6. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

7. Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 


Nwinber 

453 

127 
60 
50 
31 
18 
13 
13 
11 


iSISSBi 

100.0 

28.0 
13.2 
Il.O 
6.8 

4.0 
2.9 
2.9 

2.4 


Bank 

AlLCsiBfis 

1 . Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 

2. Malignant Neoplasms (1 40-208) 

3. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

4. Homicide (960-978) 

5. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

6. AccidenU and Adverse EfiFecU (800-949) 

7. Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

8. Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571 ) 


Number 

675 

177 
114 
64 
44 
34 
28 
14 
13 


Percent 

100.0 

26.2 
16.9 
9.5 
6.5 
5.0 
4.1 
2.1 
1.9 




White female. 4S-64 vears 


Number 

1,778 

871 
337 
81 
66 
63 
53 
32 
21 


Percent 

100.0 

49.0 
19.0 
4.6 
3.7 
3.5 
3.0 
1.8 
1.2 


Banl 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 


All other races, female. 45-64 vears 


Number 

1,047 

376 
240 
69 
54 
34 
32 
26 
17 




Bank 

1 . MaUgnant Neoplasms (1 40-208) 

2. Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

3. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (490-496) 

4. Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

5. Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

6. AccidenU and Adverse EfiFects (800-949) 

7. Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571 ) 

8. Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 


AlL^aysss 

Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 
Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 
Diabetes Mellitus (250) 
Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (042-044) 
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (490-496) 
Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis (571) 
AccidenU and Adverse EfiFecU (800-949) 


100.0 

35.9 
22.9 
6.6 
5.2 
3.2 
3.1 
2.5 
1.6 




i 

Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

Chronic Obstructive Puhnonary Diseases (490-496) 

Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 

Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

Septicemia (038) 

AccidenU and Adverse EfiFecU (800-949) 


Number 

12,765 

4,405 
2,711 
1,134 
694 
497 
408 
224 
202 


Percent 

100.0 

34.5 
21.2 
8.9 
5.4 
3.9 
3.2 
1.8 
1.6 


Banl 

1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 






Baal 

1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 


Diseases of the Heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 

Malignant Neoplasms (140-208) 

Cerebrovascular Disease (430-438) 

Diabetes Mellitus (250) 

Pneumonia and Influenza (480-487) 

Septicemia (038) 

Chronic Obstructive Puhnonary Diseases (490-496) 

Nephritis, Nephrotic Syndrome, & Nephrosis (580-5 


Number 

2,871 

942 
631 
249 
175 
89 
74 
69 
65 


Percent 

100.0 

32.8 
22.0 
8.7 
6.1 
3.1 
2.6 
2.4 
2.3 



'Leading causes are shown only if there were five or more deaths in a given age group. 



102 



TABLE 44. LEADING CAUSES* OF DEATH AMONG ADOLESCENTS BY AGE, RACE 
AND SEX, MARYLAND, 1994. 



10-14 years 



Total 



NUMBER OF DEATHS 



Race and Sex 



Wliite 



Total Male Female 



All other races 



Total Male Female 



All causes 



90 



46 



34 



12 



44 



29 



15 



Accidents and adverse effects (800-949) 33 19 13 6 14 

Motor vehicle accidents (810-825) 20 14 9 5 6 

Homicide (960-978) 12 110 11 



All causes 



245 



116 



82 



34 



Malignant neoplasms (140-208) 


10 


8 


5 3 


2 2 


15-19 years 


Total 




Wliite 


All other races 




Total 


Male Female 


Total Male Female 



129 



105 



24 



Accidents and adverse effects (800-949) 83 58 43 15 25 16 9 

Motor vehicle accidents (810-825) 75 53 39 14 22 13 9 

Homicide (960-978) 81 8 6 2 73 66 7 

Suicide (950-959) 23 16 12 4 7 6 1 

Malignant neoplasms (140-208) 13 8 5 3 5 4 1 

Diseases ofthe heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 7 4 2 2 3 2 1 



10-14 years 



Total 



PEA TH RA TE PER 100,000 POPULA TION 
Race and Sex 



fVhite 



Total Male Female 



All other races 



Total Male Female 



All causes 



26.9 



21.5 31.0 



11.5 



36.7 48.3 



25.0 



Accidents and adverse effects (800-949) 9.9 8.9 11.9 5.7 11.7 13.3 10.0 

Motor vehicle accidents (810-825) 6.0 6.5 8.2 4.8 5.0 5.0 5.0 

Homicide (960-978) 3.6 0.3 0.3 0.0 3.3 2.4 0.9 

Malignant neoplasms (140-208) 3^0 2.4 1.5 0.9 0.6 0.0 0.6 



15-19 years 



JVltite 



Total 



Total Male Female 



All other races 



Total Male Female 



All causes 



79.0 



59.2 81.5 



35.7 



113.0 179.6 43.1 



Accidents and adverse effects (800-949) 26.8 29.6 42.7 15.7 21.9 27.4 16.1 

Motor vehicle accidents (810-825) 24.2 27.1 38.7 14.7 19.3 22.2 16.1 

Homicide (960-978) 26.1 4.1 6.0 2.1 63.9 112.9 12.6 

Suicide (950-959) 7.4 8.2 11.9 4.2 6.1 10.3 1.8 

Malignant neoplasms (140-208) 4.2 4.1 5.0 3.1 4.4 6.8 1.8 

Diseases ofthe heart (390-398, 402, 404-429) 2.3 2.0 20 2.1 2.6 3.4 1.8 
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BY RACE, REGION AND POLmCAL SL^DIVTSION, >LAR\XAND, 1994. 











Deatlis Within Maryland 




Deatlts by Area of Residence 


by Area of Occurrence 


Region and 






All 






All 


political 






other 






other 


subdivision 


Total 


White 


races 


Total 


White 


races 


Maryland 


40,939 


29,839 


11,100 


40,403 


29,702 


10,701 


Northwest Area 


3,613 


3,484 


129 


3,740 


3,599 


141 


Garrett 


300 


299 


1 


275 


271 


4 


Allegany 


1,008 


989 


19 


1,214 


1,192 


22 


Washington 


1,190 


1,159 


31 


1,228 


1,181 


47 


Frederick 


1,115 


1,037 


78 


1,023 


955 


68 


Baltimore Metro Area 


22,503 


15,534 


6,969 


22,695 


15,651 


7,044 


Baltimore City 


9,654 


4,052 


5,602 


11,594 


5,794 


5,800 


Baltimore County 


6,623 


5,957 


666 


5,749 


5,103 


646 


Anne Arundel 


3,096 


2,654 


442 


2,628 


2,265 


363 


Carroll 


1,051 


1,023 


28 


868 


839 


29 


Howard 


863 


737 


126 


770 


648 


122 


Harford 


1,216 


1,111 


105 


1,086 


1,002 


84 


National Capital Area 


9,575 


6,598 


2,977 


8,965 


6,392 


2,573 


Montgomery 


4,773 


4,074 


699 


5,207 


4,304 


903 


I*rince George's 


4,802 


2,524 


2,278 


3,758 


2,088 


1,670 


Southern Area 


1,541 


1^29 


312 


1,288 


1,046 


242 


Calvert 


396 


319 


77 


373 


306 


67 


Charles 


623 


474 


149 


455 


345 


110 


Saint Mary's 


522 


436 


86 


460 


395 


65 


Eastern Shore Area 


3,707 


2,994 


713 


3,715 


3,014 


701 


Cecil 


588 


562 


26 


585 


543 


42 


Kent 


239 


184 


55 


216 


177 


39 


Queen Anne's 


298 


250 


48 


167 


140 


27 


Carolme 


310 


263 


47 


157 


135 


22 


Talbot 


355 


280 


75 


560 


448 


112 


Dorchester 


407 


302 


105 


347 


256 


91 


Wicomico 


804 


617 


187 


1,160 


893 


267 


Somerset 


264 


175 


89 


167 


116 


51 


Worcester 


442 


361 


81 


356 


306 


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TABLE 56. MARRIAGES BY RESIDENT STATUS AND TYPE OF CEREMONY BY REGION 
AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF OCCURRENCE, MARYLAND, 1994. 





MARRIAGES BY RESIDENCE* 




TYPE OF CEREMONY 


Region and 
















political 


Total 


Maryland** 
residents 


Non-residents*** 
Number Percent 


Religious 


Civil 




subdivision 


Number 


Percent 


Maryland 


43,302 


34,725 


8,570 


19.8 


26,164 


17,138 


39.6 


Northwest Area 


4,711 


3,149 


1,561 


33.1 


2,571 


2,140 


45.4 


Garrett 


781 


264 


517 


66.2 


290 


491 


62.9 


Allegany 


855 


592 


263 


30.8 


475 


380 


44.4 


Washington 


1574 


971 


602 


38.2 


769 


805 


51.1 


Frederick 


1501 


1,322 


179 


11.9 


1,037 


464 


30.9 


Baltimore Metro Area 


18,573 


16,683 


1,889 


10.2 


12,266 


6,307 


34.0 


Baltimore City 


5351 


4,973 


377 


7.0 


3,582 


1,769 


33.1 


Baltimore County 


5051 


4,564 


487 


9.6 


3,319 


1,732 


34.3 


Anne Arundel 


3759 


3,408 


351 


9.3 


2,665 


1,094 


29.1 


Carroll 


1220 


956 


264 


21.6 


792 


428 


35.1 


Howard 


1614 


1,507 


107 


6.6 


958 


656 


40.6 


Harford 


1578 


1,275 


303 


19.2 


950 


628 


39.8 


National Capital Area 


11,602 


10,026 


1,574 


13.6 


6,801 


4,801 


41.4 


Montgomery 


6391 


5,346 


1,043 


16.3 


3,701 


2,690 


42.1 


Prince George's 


5211 


4,680 


531 


10.2 


3,100 


2,111 


40.5 


Southern Area 


1,920 


1,803 


116 


6.0 


1,196 


724 


37.7 


Calvert 


464 


437 


27 


5.8 


347 


117 


25.2 


Charles 


839 


787 


51 


6.1 


489 


350 


41.7 


Saint Mary's 


617 


579 


38 


6.2 


360 


257 


41.7 


Eastern Shore Area 


6,496 


3,064 


3,430 


52.8 


3,330 


3,166 


48.7 


Cecil 


3535 


712 


2,821 


79.8 


1,278 


2,257 


63.8 


Kent 


206 


163 


43 


20.9 


128 


78 


37.9 


Queen Arme's 


321 


286 


35 


10.9 


■ 253 


68 


21.2 


Caroline 


250 


182 


68 


27.2 


157 


93 


37.2 


Talbot 


398 


304 


94 


23.6 


305 


93 


23.4 


Dorchester 


244 


230 


14 


5.7 


192 


52 


21.3 


Wicomico 


703 


616 


87 


12.4 


492 


211 


30.0 


Somerset 


188 


173 


15 


8.0 


136 


52 


27.7 


Worcester 


651 


398 


253 


38.9 


389 


262 


40.2 



♦Marriages refer to the number of ceremonies performed in Maryland, not the number of persons married. 
**One or both parmers were residents of Maryland. 
♦♦♦Both partners were non-residents of Maryland. 



126 



TABLE 57. MARRIAGES BY AGE AND PREVIOUS MARITAL STATUS OF BRIDE, 

MARYLAND, 1994. 





AU 


PREVIOUS MARITAL STATUS OF BRIDE 






Never 










Age of bride 


marriages 


married 


Widowed 


Divorced 


Not stated 


Total marriages 


43,302 


28,056 


1,265 


13,928 




53 


Under 15 


7 


7 













15-17 


442 


441 





1 







18-19 


1,984 


1,970 





13 




1 


20-21 


3,155 


3,061 


1 


89 




4 


22-24 


7,365 


6,822 


12 


523 




8 


25-29 


10,949 


8,666 


40 


2,226 




17 


30-34 


7,367 


4,135 


95 


3,133 




4 


35-39 


4,784 


1,739 


134 


2,903 




8 


40-44 


3,031 


671 


127 


2,229 




4 


45-54 


2,967 


354 


337 


2,272 




4 


55 and over 


1,150 


112 


517 


519 




2 


Unknown 


101 


78 


2 


20 




1 



TABLE 58. MARRIAGES BY AGE AND PREVIOUS MARITAL STATUS OF GROOM, 

MARYLAND, 1994. 





All 


PREVIOUS MARITAL STATUS OF GROOM 




Never 








Age of groom 


marriages 


married 


Widowed 


Divorced 


Not stated 


Total marriages 


43,302 


28,093 


1,173 


14,009 


27 


Under 15 

















15-17 


79 


79 











18-19 


824 


824 











20-21 


2,063 


2,036 





27 





22-24 


6,145 


5,931 


3 


206 


5 


25-29 


11,326 


9,920 


18 


1,381 


7 


30-34 


8,134 


5,378 


37 


2,712 


7 


35-39 


5,247 


2,310 


48 


2,887 


2 


40-44 


3,400 


962 


70 


2,365 


3 


45-54 


3,815 


461 


189 


3,163 


2 


55 and over 


2,234 


167 


806 


1261 





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35 


25 


2 


7 


1 



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TABLE 60. MARRIAGES BY PREVIOUS MARITAL STATUS 
AND RESIDENCE OF BRIDE, MARYLAND, 1994. 



Resident status 
of bride 



PREVIOUS MARITAL STATUS OF BRIDE 

All Never Not 

marriages married Widowed Divorced stated 



Total marriages 

Resident bride 

Resident groom 
Nonresident groom 

Nonresident bride 
Resident groom 
Nonresident groom 



43,302 


28,056 


1,265 


13,928 


53 


33,647 


22,053 


966 


10,584 


44 


31,495 


20,446 


893 


10,113 


43 


2,152 


1,607 


73 


471 


1 


9,655 


6,003 


299 


3,344 


9 


1,092 


734 


33 


324 


1 


8,563 


5,269 


266 


3,020 


8 



TABLE 61. MARRIAGES BY PREVIOUS MARITAL STATUS 
AND RESIDENCE OF GROOM, MARYLAND, 1994. 



Resident status 
of groom 



PREVIOUS MARITAL STA TUS OF GROOM 



All 


Never 






Not 


irriages 


married 


Widowed 


Divorced 


stated 


43,302 


28,093 


1,173 


14,009 


27 


32,587 


21,289 


830 


10,449 


19 


31,495 


20,576 


778. 


10,124 


17 


1,092 


713 


52 


325 


2 


10,715 


6,804 


343 


3,560 


8 


2,152 


1,545 


84 


519 


4 


8,563 


5,259 


259 


3,041 


4 



Total marriag es 

Resident groom 
Resident bride 
Nonresident bride 

Nonresident groom 
Resident bride 
Nonresident bride 



130 



TABLE 62. MARRIAGES BY PREVIOUS MARITAL STATUS OF BRIDE AND GROOM 
AND TYPE OF CEREMONY, MARYLAND, 1994. 



Type of ceremony and 
previous marital 
status of groom 



AH 
marriages 



PREVIOUS MARITAL STATUS OF BRIDE 

Never 
married Widowed Divorced 



Not 
stated 



Total marriages 



43,302 



28,056 



1,265 



13,928 



53 



Never married 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Not stated & other 



28,093 


22,676 


247 


5,142 


28 


1,173 


202 


427 


543 


1 


14,009 


5,159 


591 


8,238 


21 


27 


19 





5 


3 



Religious ceremonies 



26,164 



18,137 



748 



7,256 



23 



Never married 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Not stated & other 



7,976 


15,038 


115 


2,809 


14 


710 


99 


308 


302 


1 


7,463 


2,989 


325 


4,143 


6 


15 


11 





2 


2 



Civil ceremonies 



17,138 



9,919 



517 



6,672 



30 



Never married 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Not stated & other 



0,117 


7,638 


132 


2,333 


14 


463 


103 


119 


241 





6,546 


2,170 


266 


4,095 


15 


12 


8 





3 


1 



TABLE 63. MARRIAGES BY PLACE OF RESIDENCE OF BRIDE AND GROOM, 

MARYLAND, 1994. 



Place of residence 



Bride 



Groom 



Total 



Maryland 



43,302 

33,533 



43,302 

32,476 



Pennsylvania 

Delaware 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

District of Columbia 

New Jersey 

New York 

Ohio 

Florida 



3,578 
835 

1,042 
576 
783 
992 
251 
106 
178 



3,672 
865 

1,226 
611 
872 

1,016 
308 
132 
251 



Other states 
Foreign countries 
Not stated 



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69 

114 



1,680 

82 

111 



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TABLE 68. ABSOLUTE DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS BY AGE OF HUSBAND 
AND WIFE AT TIME OF DECREE, MARYLAND, 1994. 

Age at time 

of decree Husband Wife 

Total decrees 16,759 16,759 

Under 20 years 9 29 

20 -24 years 518 1,090 

25 - 29 years 2,336 3,077 

30 -34 years 3,514 3,554 

35 - 39 years 3,245 3,244 

40 - 44 years 2,579 2,375 

45 -49 years 2,015 1,672 

50 -54 years 1,193 845 

55 - 59 years 602 322 

60 -64 years 313 175 

65 years and over 255 143 

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TABLE 71. SELECTED NATALITY DATA BY RACE FOR 
MARYLAND AND THE UNITED STATES, 1984-1994. 



i 









BIRTH 


RATES* 








Total 


White 


All Other Races 


Year 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


1984 


15.0 


15.5 


13.4 


14.5 


19.7 


21.2 


1985 


15.5 


15.8 


13.9 


14.8 


20.1 


21.4 


1986 


15.6 


15.6 


13.9 


14.5 


20.5 


21.4 


1987 


16.0 


15.7 


13.3 


14.5 


21.2 


21.7 


1988 


16.5 


15.9 


14.6 


14.7 


21.9 


22.5 


1989 


16.5 


16.3 


15.2 


15.0 


19.9 


23.1 


1990 


16.7 


16.7 


15.3 


15.8 


20.3 


21.7 


1991 


16.3 


16.3 


14.6 


15.4 


20.5 


21.7 


1992 


15.8 


15.9 


14.3 


15.0 


19.6 


20.4 


1993 


15.1 


15.7 


13.5 


14.7 


19.0 


19.4 


1994 


14.8 


15.3 


13.0 


- 


19.0 


- 








FERTILITY RATES** 








Total 


White 


All Other Races 


Year 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


1984 


60.5 


65.4 


55.6 


62.2 


73.6 


82.5 


1985 


62.1 


66.2 


57.2 


63.0 


74.8 


83.2 


1986 


62.3 


65.4 


57.1 


61.9 


75.7 


83.0 


1987 


63.8 


65.7 


58.2 


62.0 


77.8 


84.4 


1988 


65.7 


67.2 


59.9 


63.0 


79.7 


87.5 


1989 


66.1 


69.2 


63.8 


64.7 


71.2 


90.6 


1990 


66.9 


70.9 


64.4 


68.3 


72.3 


83.2 


1991 


65.9 


69.6 


61.8 


67.0 


74.9 


81.5 


1992 


65.2 


69.2 


61.7 


66.5 


72.7 


79.5 


1993 


62.4 


68.3 


58.6 


65.4 


70.0 


77.2 


1994 


61.5 


67.1 


56.9 


- 


70.7 


- 




To 


PERCENT OF LOW BIRTH WEIGHT*** 






tal 


White 


All Other Races 


Year 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


1984 


7.4 


6.7 


5.4 


5.6 


11.5 


11.1 


1985 


7.6 


6.8 


5.4 


5.6 


12.0 


11.1 


1986 


7.7 


6.8 


5.5 


5.6 


12.0 


11.2 


1987 


7.8 


6.9 


5.5 


5.7 


12.1 


11.3 


1988 


8.1 


6.9 


5.9 


5.6 


12.3 


11.5 


1989 


8.0 


7.0 


5.9 


5.7 


12.3 


12.0 


1990 


7.8 


7.0 


5.4 


5.7 


12.3 


11.8 


1991 


8.1 


7.1 


5.6 


5.8 


12.6 


12.0 


1992 


8.3 


7.1 


5.7 


5.8 


12.9 


10.4 


1993 


8.4 


7.2 


5.9 


6.0 


12.8 


11.8 


1994 


8.8 


- 


6.2 


- 


12.1 


- 



*Per 1,000 population. **Per 1,000 women ages 15-44 years. 

*** Until 1979, births weighing 2,500 grams or less; from 1979, births weighing less than 2,500 grams. 

143 



TABLE 71 (continued). SELECTED NATALITY DATA BY RACE 
FOR MARYLAND AND THE UNITED STATES, 1984-1994. 









B IR THS TO UNMARRIED WOMEN* 








Total 




Wh 


ite 


All Other Races 


Year 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


1984 


29.0 




21.0 


14.5 


13.4 


58.4 


50.8 


1985 


29.1 




22.0 


14.8 


14.5 


57.8 


51.4 


1986 


30.5 




23.4 


15.8 


15.7 


59.2 


52.4 


1987 


31.3 




24.5 


16.8 


16.7 


58.7 


53.2 


1988 


30.6 




25.7 


17.1 


17.7 


55.3 


53.9 


1989 


28.9 




27.1 


15.7 


19.2 


54.7 


56.6 


1990 


29.6 




28.0 


16.3 


20.4 


55.2 


57.1 


1991 


30.7 




29.5 


17.2 


21.8 


54.8 


58.2 


1992 


31.9 




30.1 


17.3 


22.6 


58.2 


58.2 


1993 


33.4 




31 


18.6 


23.6 


58.8 


58.6 


1994 


33.8 




- 


19.1 


- 


57.3 


- 




PERCENTAGE OF BIRTHS OF FOURTH OR HIGHER ORDER 






Total 




White 


All Other Races 


Year 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


1984 


6.8 




9.6 


5.7 


8.5 


9.0 


13.7 


1985 


6.8 




9.5 


5.7 


8.5 


9.2 


13.7 


1986 


6.8 




10.6 


5.7 


8.6 


9.0 


13.6 


1987 


7.2 




9.8 


6.1 


8.7 


9.3 


13.6 


1988 


7.1 




10 


5.9 


8.9 


9.3 


13.8 


1989 


7.3 




10.3 


6.2 


9.2 


9.5 


14.4 


1990 


7.4 




10.5 


6.1 


9.3 


9.7 


14.8 


1991 


7.5 




10.7 


6.2 


9.5 


9.7 


15.1 


1992 


8.1 




10.8 


6.5 


9.6 


11.0 


15.2 


1993 


8.5 




10.7 


6.7 


9.5 


11.6 


15.1 


1994 


9.0 




- 


7.5 


- 


11.4 


- 




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Ti 


PERCENTAGE OF BIRTHS WITH LATE* OR NO PRENATAL CARE 


** 




7tal 




White 


All Other Races 


Year 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


1984 


3.8 




5.6 


2.4 


4.7 


6.8 


9.2 


1985 


3.9 




5.7 


2.6 


4.7 


7.1 


9.5 


1986 


3.9 




6.0 


2.3 


5.0 


7.1 


9.9 


1987 


3.9 




6.1 


2.4 


5.0 


6.8 


10.3 


1988 


4.0 




6.1 


2.3 


5.0 


7.2 


10.1 


1989 


3.9 




6.4 


2.3 


5.2 


7.1 


11.1 


1990 


3.7 




6.1 


2.0 


4.9 


7.2 


10.5 


1991 


3.5 




5.8 


1.8 


4.7 


7.0 


9.6 


1992 


3.4 




5.2 


1.7 


4.2 


6.9 


8.7 


1993 


3.6 




4.8 


1.8 


3.9 


6.9 


8.0 


1994 


3.4 




- 


1.7 


- 


6.2 


- 



"Care beginning in the third trimester of pregnancy. 



'Excludes not stated or not reported. 



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TABLE 72. SELECTED MORTALITY DATA BY RACE FOR 
MARYLAND AND THE UNITED STATES, 1984-1994. 







DEATH RATES PER 1,000 POPULATION 








Total 




White 


All Other Races 


Year 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


1984 


8.1 


8.6 


8.5 


8.9 


7.0 


7.3 


1985 


8.3 


8.7 


8.7 


9.0 


7.2 


7.4 


1986 


8.4 


8.7 


8.7 


9.0 


7.4 


7.5 


1987 


8.4 


8.7 


8.7 


9.0 


7.4 


7.5 


1988 


8.4 


8.8 


8.7 


9.1 


7.5 


7.6 


1989 


8.1 


8.7 


8.4 


8.9 


7.1 


7.6 


1990 


8.0 


8.6 


8.4 


8.9 


7.0 


7.4 


1991 


7.9 


8.6 


8.2 


8.9 


7.1 


7.2 


1992 


7.9 


8.5 


8.2 


8.8 


7.1 


7.2 


1993 


8.1 


8.8 


8.4 


9.1 


7.4 


- 


1994 


8.2 


8.8 


8.5 


- 


7.4 


- 






INFANT MORTALITY RATES PER 1,000 LIVE BIRTHS 






Total 




Whi 


te 


All Other Races 


Year 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


1984 


11.7 


10.8 


9.8 


9.4 


15.7 


16.1 


1985 


11.9 


10.6 


9.0 


9.3 


17.8 


15.8 


1986 


11.7 


10.4 


9.4 


8.9 


16.1 


15.7 


1987 


11.4 


10.1 


8.6 


8.6 


16.6 


15.4 


1988 


11.2 


10.0 


8.4 


8.5 


16.3 


15.0 


1989 


10.4 


9.8 


8.3 


8.2 


14.2 


15.2 


1990 


9.6 


9.2 


6.4 


7.6 


15.8 


15.5 


1991 


9.1 


8.9 


6.7 


7.3 


13.4 


15.1 


1992 


9.8 


8.5 


6.7 


6.9 


15.5 


14.4 


1993 


9.8 


8.3 


6.1 


- 


16.1 


- 


1994 


8.8 


7.9 


6.0 


- 


13.4 


- 




NEONATAL MORTALITY RATES PER IMO LIVE BIRTHS 






Total 




White 


All Other Races 


Year 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


Maryland 


United States 


1983 


8.1 


7.3 


6.1 


6.4 


12.2 


10.8 


1984 


8.1 


7.0 


6.7 


6.2 


10.8 


10.2 


1985 


8.2 


7.0 


6.0 


6.1 


12.7 


10.3 


1986 


8.2 


6.7 


6.4 


5.8 


11.7 


10.1 


1987 


7.8 


6.5 


5.8 


5.5 


11.7 


10.0 


1988 


7.9 


6.3 


5.8 


5.4 


11.8 


9.7 


1989 


6.5 


6.2 


5.0 


5.2 


9.3 


9.6 


1990 


6.3 


5.8 


4.1 


4.8 


10.6 


9.9 


1991 


6.0 


5.6 


4.3 


4.5 


9.1 


9.5 


1992 


6.7 


5.4 


4.6 


4.3 


10.4 


9.2 


1993 


6.8 


- 


4.2 


- 


11.2 


- 


1994 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 



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